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Upland habitat, improved public access comes with PF’s first “Build a Wildlife Area” project in state.

Pheasants Forever Helps Open 1,030 Acres to Public Hunting with Creation of Blue Valley Wildlife Area

Pheasants Forever, Quail Forever, the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) and the National Wild Turkey Federation have completed a wildlife habitat project that adds 480 acres to Kansas’ Tuttle Creek Wildlife Area in Pottawatomie County. Not only does the land acquisition permanently…

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Local supporters gather around a granite monument placed on the new Worthington Wells tract of the Lake Bella Wildlife Management Area.  The 147-acre tract, 6 miles southwest of Worthington, provides valuable wildlife habitat and helps protect water from pollutants in the center of Worthington’s municipal water supply.

New Worthington Wells Wildlife Management Area Highlighted at Minn. Governor’s Pheasant Opener

Nobles County Pheasants Forever chapter continues adding to more than 2,000 acres of permanent habitat conservation The new 147-acre addition to Lake Bella Wildlife Management Area (WMA) in Nobles County was officially recognized during the Minnesota Governor’s Pheasant Opener. Dedicated as the Worthington Wells Wildlife…

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New Pheasants Forever Chapter in the “Pheasant Capital of the World”

Chapter encourages Spink County residents to take part in wildlife habitat conservation efforts Residents of South Dakota’s Spink County have formed the newest Pheasants Forever chapter in the country. Officially known as the Spink County Pheasants Forever chapter, local citizens have partnered for a common…

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