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Tag Archives: Pheasants
By Howard Meyerson Grand Rapids, Mich - U.S. farmers have been advised that the 2016 Conservation Reserve Program general sign-up that ended February 26 will be extremely competitive this time around. Congress capped the program at 24 million acres when … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson Lansing. — Now five years into a 10-year plan to restore pheasant habitat in portions of Michigan, state and other wildlife biologists are crowing a bit. Grasslands are being restored and progress is being made. The challenge, … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson Scott Brosier was 13 years into his career as a Midland County sheriff’s deputy when he decided to call it quits. Law enforcement work had become a grind. He longed to spend his days working outdoors, training … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson After three poor years of nesting success in Michigan, there is good news for pheasant hunting enthusiasts. The population is again climbing, according to state wildlife officials. Pheasant nesting success was good in June. “I don’t want … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson Another Michigan pheasant hunting season opened Saturday in the Lower Peninsula, and there is good news and bad for hunters this year. There are more birds out there, according to state officials. And Michigan’s pheasant restoration initiative … Continue reading