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Plan for Habitat Now


February 15, 2021

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Thing Spring Planting. When planting habitat for pheasants on marginal acres, nesting and brood-rearing cover are the most important habitat to consider. There hens can nest camouflaged from predators and chicks can grow on a good diet of beetles, spiders and other bugs that also live in the grass.

Despite the chill of winter settling in across the region, now is the time for making spring plans for habitat work. Whether it's a ranching, farming or conservation-focused operation, landowners have more technology and options at their fingers than ever before, and a host of helpers across the upper Midwest to connect them with the programs that not only help create and preserve habitat whic...

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