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Fascinating facts about our six native quail species<br />  

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LWCF is key to public access opportunity, and will need your support once Congress gets back to normal activity.

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6 flies you can tie from upland bird feathers

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Best of the On The Wing Podcast - Debuted 4/15/19 - 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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A primer on one of Quail Forever’s most effective and popular landowner-assistance programs

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Research efforts on bobwhites over the last decade are helping landowners, farmers, ranchers and private lands biologists make informed decisions for managing quail populations throughout their native range.

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Quail Forever members and chapters are the heart of upland conservation. Stay engaged and we will endure.

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Even in these challenging times, getting up and getting outside is essential. Try a few of these springtime activities with your family.

  • 03/19/2020
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Best of the On The Wing Podcast - Debuted 1/11/19 - Host Bob St. Pierre and PF/QF’s public relations manager, Jared Wiklund, catch up with Johnathan O’Dell, gamebird biologist for the Arizona Game & Fish Department.

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Listening to the land - and your soul - in uncertain times.

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Southwest Quail Forever Biologist Megan McWard Preparing for Another Successful Yuma Dove Hunting Program

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The work of Pheasants Forever and key partners is keeping sage grouse wings beating over the modern western prairie.

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