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This had been a very rough year for pheasant and quail with the drought, heat and harvest timing. The good news for me anyway is that I currently have a group of six hens and a rooster staying within 100 yards of my house and commonly right behind my shed. See poor picture. I hope that they produce well. If the winter get bad I will attempt to feed them.
 

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I have walked many a mile on several farms around La Crosse Kansas hunting phesants. Loved to hunt those birds. Eating them wasnt bad either.
 

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Ks has a very bad Wildlife Dept. They let the pheasants die off without replacing them and plant mountain Lions to kill deer instead of just letting hunters kill them.
I have seen cougars around NE Kansas, (and I lived and hunted them in Nevada so I know what they look like) When I reported seeing on in 2005 the game warden just chuckeled like I was an idiot. These guys we have are not very professional.
 

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In NW Nebraska, the Fish and Game keep office at the courthouse.

Recently, fires made wildlife jumpy and scared. A couple of good old boys
caught a mountain lion and put it in a cage in the back of a truck.

They parked it right where everyone walks into the Fish and Game office at dawn,
and everyone walked past it that morning.

That is one way to prove they exist. It made several local newspapers.
 
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