Field notes: Five widespread myths about pheasants, quail populations
Not only are certain myths about pheasant and quail populations prevalent, belief in them takes the focus away from what really has an impact on sustainable bird numbers — the creation and management of upland habitat.
Here’s a closer look at five widely held beliefs about America’s most popular upland game birds.
Myth: Stocking pheasants works to restore wild populations.
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