The Pennsylvania Pioneer Pheasant Forever chapter will be hosting free presentations on that status of pheasant and quail and species management in Pennsylvania on Sept. 25. This meeting is both open to the public and free of charge. Light refreshments will be provided and a raffle for prizes will be take place.
The presentations will cover subjects such as “The Status of the Pennsylvania Wild Pheasant Recovery Areas” and “Updates on the Pennsylvania Quail Management Plan.” Further discussion will review how these initiatives relate to southeast PA and a Q&A session. Speakers include Scott Klinger, PGC Farmland Wildlife Biologist; and Shon Robbins, Pheasants Forever Regional Wildlife Biologist.
“Our chapter is excited to host this event and show the public the positive momentum that is taking place for upland species and habitat” says James Humes, President of the Pennsylvania Pioneer Pheasants Forever chapter, “I would urge all hunters and conservationists to get involved with the habitat restoration efforts in Pennsylvania. We have a rich hunting history in Pennsylvania, and it is a tradition the Pennsylvania Pioneer Pheasants Forever chapter wants the next generation to be able to enjoy.”
40° 14.855′ N
75° 30.776′ W
SGL 234 (PGC Building) off Pheasant Road
Tuesday, September 25 from 7:00PM to 8:30PM.
“This meeting will be a great opportunity for the community to learn more about the Pennsylvania Game Commission and Pheasants Forever’s combined efforts in reestablishing pheasant and quail throughout Pennsylvania,” says Shon Robbins.
The Pennsylvania Pioneer Pheasants Forever chapter welcomes new members. In addition, the chapter is actively seeking committee officers who are willing to be involved with the chapter’s grassroots habitat mission and pheasant restoration initiatives in Pennsylvania. For more information on the presentations, please contact James Humes at 484-636-9938 / Email James. For more information on Pheasants Forever or Quail Forever in Pennsylvania, please contact Shon Robbins at (570) 204-5761/ Email Shon.
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