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Pheasant Hunting Kansas Style

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When pheasant hunting Kansas style, the novice pheasant hunter or quite possibly even the highly experienced pheasant hunter, will find out that rankings are assigned based on the number of birds harvested in a season, which is totally dependent upon the number of pheasants available to hunt. The state of Kansas can be placed second to fourth place in pheasant hunting, as compared to South Dakota always ranking fourth place in pheasant hunting. Kansas is still good for pheasant hunting, but just not as good as that of South Dakota.

The types of habitat in the state are extremely important for pheasant hunting, Kansas or wherever you decide to hunt—tall grass, draws, crop fields—all offer the hunters a wide range of choices in the event one area has a severe drought situation or a fire has occurred in the area, adversely affecting the pheasant population. Limited pheasant hunting opportunities may occur if alternative habitats for hunting are not made available.

If a pheasant hunter is in a position to hunt pheasants in crop fields, as there are no other field types in the area, they need to realize that the condition of the crop is very important. Crops, such as the wheat crop, are very important to the outcome of the pheasant nesting season for pheasant hunting. Kansas pheasant hunting, along with quail hunting, boasts some of the best hunting in the world even if they are not a consistent number one placement. The changing of agricultural methods among several states, Kansas included, has affected pheasant hunting everywhere. More use of herbicide, more intensive planting practices and shorter wheat stubble have all combined to decrease pheasant numbers over the last 20 years by eliminating much of the habitat the pheasants require.

In a total dedicated effort to reverse the trend of diminishing pheasant habitat, the organization Pheasants Forever was started to preserve and restore pheasant hunting habitat by helping to restore habitat, educate the public and influence federal farm policies, which have had such a huge impact on farming practices over the years in pheasant hunting. Kansas initiated in 1995 the Walk-In Hunting Area Program, quickly becoming a success with over 1 million acres of private land enrolled to provide expanded hunting opportunities. Hunters, for no additional charge, are given a guaranteed destination, and only walk-in traffic is allowed. The additional acres provided by the Walk-In program have reduced crowded conditions in other popular hunting areas and expanded desirable hunting areas for visiting hunters who come to Kansas for pheasant hunting Kansas style.


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