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    Keep those wild pheasant and quail chick reports and brood sizes (and where) coming in, we never get tired of hearing them. That is why a lot of people view this forum in the summer time.

    I don't care about deer, ducks or doves we see plenty of them all over. But wild pheasant and wild quail chicks are a rare sight to a great deal of people. Thank you guys for those reports.

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    On Wednesday the coop reported that harvest was about 1/3 completed and that many had not started due to the rain. 2 inches of rain in the last week had slowed harvest down. We did not get any moisture last night and the forecast looks dry now. Lot's of crowing going on. Hens and roosters paired up so I assume lots of re-nesting.

    http://iowapf.net/AYearInTheLife.aspx
    Last edited by westksbowhunter; 06-30-2017 at 08:10 AM.

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    Westksbowhtr thanks for sharing. That is one of the most informative websites I have ever read regarding the life cycle of pheasants.
    That was awesome:

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    Your welcome! Glad you enjoyed that article.

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    Any more updates?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonjhawk View Post
    Any more updates?
    Most are finishing up. Seen some still cutting yesterday. Had some friends of mine who farm several thousand acres who never saw a brood.

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    Well thanks for the update but I wish you had some better news. Will be an interesting season for sure

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    Seeing several broods of quail around in southeast Kansas. Saw one this morning with 20-25 little ones in it along a gravel road. I drove by them in my truck and they were all big enough to fly 20 yards or so.

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    Michael Pearce had this article in today's Wichita Eagle:

    Kansas pheasant, quail prospects good according to spring surveys

    Sounding good for quail!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PassItOn View Post
    Michael Pearce had this article in today's Wichita Eagle:

    Kansas pheasant, quail prospects good according to spring surveys

    Sounding good for quail!!
    Good carry over from last year but it is all about the hatch which we just don't know yet.

    http://www.kansas.com/sports/outdoor...160233049.html

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