Category Archives: Pheasant Habitat Improvement

Habitat Partnerships in Baca County

On September 1st Pheasants Forever/Quail Forever hosted a habitat tour for resource professionals in Baca County. Partner conservation organizations including the Farm Service Agency, CO Parks and Wildlife and NRCS/PF/QF/CPW Partner Biologist-Cody Strong showcased a new Buffers for Upland Birds … Continue reading

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Landowner Workshop in Fleming

‘Improving Your Bottom Line’ By using Playa Restoration and Habitat Development Programs 6:30PM to 9:00 PM August 26, 2015 Fleming Community Center Ideas on How to: Improve net profit/acre Improve farming efficiency Develop quality wildlife habitat Protect groundwater On the … Continue reading

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Landowner Workshop in Holyoke

‘Improving Your Bottom Line’ By using Playa Restoration and Habitat Development Programs 9:00AM to 3:00 PM August 18, 2015 Phillips County Event Center, 22505 US Highway 385, Holyoke, Colorado Ideas on How to: Improve net profit/acre Improve farming efficiency Develop … Continue reading

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Landowner Workshop in Akron

‘Improving Your Bottom Line’ By using Playa Restoration and Habitat Development Programs 9:00AM to 3:00 PM August 19, 2015 Akron Senior & Community Center, 166 Cedar Street, Akron, Colorado Ideas on How to: Improve net profit/acre Improve farming efficiency Develop … Continue reading

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Pollinator and Pheasant Habitat Workshop

July 9th at 9am Burlington Community Center: Room B 340 S. 14th St Burlington, CO Pollinator species facilitate the growth of many foods and beverages in which we depend and enjoy including apples, blueberries, chocolate, coffee, potatoes, and even tequila. … Continue reading

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Specialized Food Plot Seed Mixes

Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever has launched the expanded Signature Series of food plot mixes for spring. PF/QF biologists across the country have developed a tremendous variety of grain and green-browse mixes to meet the food and cover needs of … Continue reading

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Colorado Habitat Projects

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Windbreak Plantings

Division research conducted in the early 1980’s indicated that severe winter weather was the limiting factor for pheasants in eastern Colorado, particularly when winter snow storms were accompanied by strong winds and drifting snow. Pheasants inhabiting poor, thin cover were … Continue reading

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Shrub Thickets

Shrub Thicket s Planted by Chapter by Year   1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Totals Phillips County 26 51 41 63 54 58 48 24 18 9   392 Yuma County 7 30 36 … Continue reading

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Two Row Shrub Thickets

This habitat option serves a dual purpose; establishing permanent shrub cover along the many dry creeks common to eastern Colorado, and to enhance hunting within non-farmed creek bottoms, which are very attractive to pheasants and hunters. On many of these … Continue reading

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