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Pheasants Forever state habitat meeting is Feb. 2 PDF Print E-mail

Open to public, event’s 25 plus seminars focus on increasing and improving wildlife habitat.

The 66 Nebraska Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever chapters will host the organization’s annual State Habitat Meeting on Saturday, Feb.2 at the Ramada Inn in Kearney, Neb. The daylong event is designed for landowners, conservationists and hunters interested in improving wildlife habitat.
The habitat heavy event runs from 8 a.m. through 4:30 p.m. CT and features over 25 seminars throughout the day focusing on techniques for increasing and improving wildlife habitat in Nebraska. Members from Pheasants Forever, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, the Natural Resources Conservation Service, and local landowners are slated to present on landscape challenges and successes in the state. An additional focus of this year’s event is Nebraska’s significant drought conditions and their effect on the state’s upland populations. A majority of the drought discussions and seminars are scheduled to take place during the morning session.
Featured wildlife habitat presentations include:
Impact of EHD on Whitetail Deer in Nebraska; The Impact of Drought and Farm Bill Policy on Game Bird Habitat; Nebraska Wildfires and their Impact on Habitat and Public Recreation; The Latest Updates on PF/QF Youth Programs.
To register for the meeting, please visit the state’s website. For more information regarding the meeting, please contact Pam Grossart at (308) 850-8395.