Wild Sask. pheasants head to Ontario

LEADERS, SASK. – Wildlife officials in Ontario are working in a remote corner of Saskatchewan to rebuild their province's wild ring-necked pheasant population.
http://cbc.ca/stories/2004/01/25/pheasants040125

1 Comment
  1. Anonymous

    without protection the pheasant will never make a comeback.Habitat protects them from predators.
    Ont needs something along the CRP program the US has. Also in S dakota (pheasant capital of the world) no haying during nesting season

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