Iowa pheasants show resilience, offering a promising 2019 hunting season even after enduring record precipitation levels early in the year.
Kansas habitat looking lush and good, re-nesting should provide for plenty of birds to hunt.
Pheasant numbers are mostly looking good in Michigan, and where there’s good upland habitat there will be birds to hunt this fall.
Winter and wetness reduce roadside survey counts but scouting and effort will produce roosters this fall.
Good summer brood production should provide hunting opportunity in Missouri’s primary pheasant range.
Montana pheasant numbers are trending in the right direction after a few challenging years.
Nebraska’s resilient pheasants beat horrible winter and sodden spring/summer, habitat and hatch look good (especially late nests), birds to be had.
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Signs of late broods provide hope for upland bird hunters in the Buckeye State after flooding conditions in spring and early summer.
Good habitat conditions from plentiful rain, and fingers-crossed for a good second-try hatch, will drive Oklahoma’s pheasant hunt this fall.
Excellent forbs and foraging opportunities this summer should help pheasant numbers to hold steady after late winter storms.
Wet nesting and brooding conditions take a toll on pheasant numbers in Pennsylvania.
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