Late winter snow and cold, plus the on-going drought, could again hamper pheasant reproduction this spring across central and western Kansas.
Late winter snow and cold, plus the on-going drought, could again hamper pheasant reproduction this spring across central and western Kansas. The Wichita Eagle
Late winter snow and cold, plus the on-going drought, could again hamper pheasant reproduction this spring across central and western Kansas. The Wichita Eagle

Drought will affect spring pheasant numbers

May 04, 2014 7:46 AM

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