Monday January 03 2011

January Antlerless Deer Seasons 2011
This has been a good pheasant season, and I saw young pheasants late last summer, so we must have had several hatches. Right?

Unlike bobwhites, which occasionally hatch more than one nest, pheasant hens seldom re-nest after they produce a brood. Pheasant nests may hatch from May through July, and if hens lose nests before hatching occurs, most will re-nest. This pattern of re-nesting after failed attempts produces the different-aged chicks seen in late summer.

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Extended January antlerless deer seasons help manage Kansas whitetails while providing extra hunting opportunities.

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