An introduction to pheasant habitat basics.
Posts Categorized: News
Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever Press Release Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever’s No Child Left Indoors National Awards Honor Outstanding Youth Program Efforts Awards recognize chapter, volunteer, and partner efforts to engage youth in outdoor activities Kansas City, Mo. – Feb. 20, 2016At the 2016 National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic, the Northern Colorado Chapter… Read more »
Sponsored by Tickets: $20 each, 3 for $50, or 7 for $100 Need not be present to win. Drawing March 05, 2016 in conjunction with our annual fundraising banquet @ 2331 Ellis Ranch Lane, Loveland, CO Grand Prize: Cannon 64 gun safe, Browning Citori White Lightning 12 Gauge Shotgun, and an Esky 55-quart cooler!!! Limited… Read more »
The 2015 Small Game Walk-In Atlas Brochure is now available from the Colorado Parks & Wildlife. Go to the Colorado Parks & Wildlife website directly to download your copy.
The 2015 Small Game Brochure from Colorado Parks and Wildlife is now available. Click here to download your copy, or go to the Colorado Parks and Wildlife website directly.
Habitat First, make sure you are hunting where there are pheasants! Throughout their range, pheasants are associated with cropland habitats. The map below shows shaded regions of Colorado where there are populations of pheasants. CRP Fields CRP Fields are the most predictable habitat, as they provide areas for nesting, brooding and wintering pheasants. Cover quality… Read more »
By CPW Small-Game Coordinator Ed Gorman Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s 2014-15 Eastern Plains Upland Forecast is just in time for pheasant and quail season opening November 8. Across much of Colorado’s core pheasant range, the effects of drought were clear and significant in terms of the total population of pheasants. Two successive years of drought… Read more »
We invite youth ages 9 to 17 to join us on October 3, 2015 for a fun filled day of shooting, hunting, archery, and more! The day includes trap shooting with shotguns, target shooting with 22s, archery, and a LIVE PHEASANT HUNT! No experience necessary; we’re here to teach you about the great outdoors. Lunch… Read more »
In the grand scheme of things, preseason predictions are almost irrelevant. Sometime after the Nov. 9 pheasant season opener, you’ll either be walking the field with a shotgun or you won’t, and that’s pretty much that. Just look at the numbers. In terms of pheasants per hunter, 2008 was slightly better (three birds on average)… Read more »