Mild winter buoys Iowa pheasant population
Iowa Capital Dispatch: A lack of snowfall this past winter was likely a boon for Iowa pheasants, which were seen in roughly equal numbers as last year by state officers for their recent annual population survey. That survey portends a similar pheasant harvest for the upcoming hunting season as 2021, when hunters felled about 375,000 of the birds. That was the highest number since 2008.
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