Posted June 13, 2017 4:15 pm by Comments

By Ammoland Editor Joe Evans


Pheasants Forever

DENVER, Colo. -( Pheasants Forever volunteers have banded together to positively impact Colorado’s renowned conservation and hunting heritage with a new chapter start in the southern reaches of the state capital.

Officially known as the South Metro Chapter of Pheasants Forever, the local committee is already making plans to restore upland habitat for pheasants and other wildlife, while educating younger generations on the importance of conservation within Colorado’s Front Range.

“We’re fortunate to have such a dedicated group of upland bird hunters and conservationists in Colorado to support the mission of Pheasants Forever,” stated David King, newly elected interim president for the South Metro Chapter of Pheasants Forever. “Our local committee was formed with a vision to be leaders in upland habitat conservation, new hunter education and recruitment, and supporters of public access. To that end, we’re proud to announce that the chapter has partnered with Colorado Parks & Wildlife to restore upland and migratory bird habitat at Barr Lake State Park for our first habitat project.”

Since joining Pheasants Forever in 1988, chapter members and volunteers in Colorado have made impressive strides to conserve wildlife habitat and promote youth education.

As a whole, volunteers have spent …Read the Rest

Source:: AmmoLand

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