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A conversation focused on the benefits of cattle to creating early successional grassland habitat for quail, prairie grouse, pheasants, and bird hunters.

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<span style="font-family: Roboto, helvetica, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; font-style: normal; font-weight: 400;">Your guide for planning a DIY public lands bird hunt with some thoughtful tips, tricks and hacks from a pair of budget-conscious bird hunters.</span>

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In this episode of On The Wing, Bob St. Pierre and Pheasants Forever editor Tom Carpenter explore the always-awaited and soon-to-arrive Upland Bird Hunting Super Issue, right down to the publication’s Dream-Do theme.

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Learn about USDA’s Working Lands for Wildlife program and how sage habitat conservation is improving ranchers’ lives and bird populations.

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<span style="font-family: Roboto, helvetica, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; font-style: normal; font-weight: 400;">Ever dream of an Idaho upland adventure? On the Wing explores all the options and opportunities in The Gem State.</span>

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On this episode, we continue our spring pollinator habitat discussion with biologist Drew Larsen who leads the organization’s pollinator habitat programs for chapters and schools. And Pearl Jam? Yes Please. 

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In this very special episode, Bob and Andrew Vavra, PF’s Director of Marketing, are joined by Dave Simonett, lead singer of the band Trampled by Turtles and “The Captain” Billy Hildebrand, host of KFAN Outdoors radio.

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On this episode, Bob St. Pierre and Pheasants Forever’s Director of Marketing, Andrew Vavra, visit with veterinarian and owner of White Bear Animal Hospital, Dr. Stuart Dalton. Located down the street from the Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever headquarters, Dr. Dalton has become the primary vet for many of the organization’s bird dog owners, so this isn’t a stuffy antiseptic doctor visit.   

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Bird dogs, in particular, are prone to anxious behavior. Learn about their stressors as well as some helpful tips on how to calm an anxious dog.

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Here’s how to put a little deer spin into your habitat enhancement program.

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In March of 1982, Dennis Anderson, then the outdoors editor for the Saint Paul Pioneer Press & Dispatch, wrote an article that served as the catalyst launching Pheasants Forever.  On April 15, 1983, the very first banquet in Pheasants Forever’s history took place in Saint Paul, Minnesota. 

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Summer issue of Pheasants Forever Journal Summer celebrates our bird dogs and their upland destiny. 

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