- What is Pheasants Forever all about?
- How to I join Pheasants Forever?
- How much is it to join Pheasants Forever?
- I joined Pheasants Forever, but I have not received any issues of the magazine.
- I own some land and I want to work on habitat. Who can I talk to about this?
- Where can I find information on stocking pheasants?
- I am a Pheasants Forever chapter officer and I don't know how to access the Chapter Services page.
- If I see a Pheasants Forever Habitat Cooperator sign, does this mean as a member of Pheasants Forever I can hunt on this land?
- Where can I hunt?
- When does hunting season begin?
- Where do I find additional information on pheasants for a school project?
- How do I find information on my local banquet?
- Should a bird hunter in Kansas, or any state sharing both pheasant and quail habitat, join Pheasants Forever or Quail Forever?
- My question wasn't answered, how do I contact Pheasants Forever?
Founded in 1982 in response to the continuing decline of the ring-necked pheasant populations, Pheasants Forever is dedicated to the protection and enhancement of pheasant and other wildlife populations through habitat improvement, public awareness and education, and land management policies that benefit private landowners and wildlife alike. Pheasants Forever has grown to more than 130,000 members and 700 chapters while spending more than $365 million on habitat projects encompassing more than 5 million acres in North America. At the heart of Pheasants Forever is a unique grassroots system of fundraising and project development that allows members to see the direct result of their contribution.
Affiliate membership is $35.00 which includes a membership card, decal and five issues of Pheasants Forever Journal.
Rooster Booster, Magnum and Sponsor level memberships are available which come with additional benefits. Life Membership and Patron Memberships are also available. Read about all of our membership levels on our Membership Page or Join PF Today.
Please contact Pheasants Forever at 1(877) 773-2070 for additional information or contact us using our online form.
Processing your membership and receiving your premiums can take up to 8 weeks. If you wish to check on your membership, please call Pheasants Forever at 1(877) 773-2070 and ask for Membership or contact us using our online form.
Pheasants Forever believes the single best way to improve pheasant populations is through habitat management. We do not support stocking of pen-raised pheasants for the purpose of improving wild populations. If you have questions about stocking, please contact one of our wildlife biologists.
Access is granted only to the Chapter Committee members, an email sent to the PF Webmaster to request the login ID and password.
If I see a Pheasants Forever Habitat Cooperator sign, does this mean as a member of Pheasants Forever I can hunt on this land?
No - The Habitat Cooperator signs mean that the landowner is working with Pheasants Forever to establish habitat. However, it does not mean that the land is open to public hunting. Always contact the landowner to ask permission to hunt on his/her land.
Please check out our Pheasant Ecology section on our web site or contact your local Pheasants Forever Regional Wildlife Biologist.
Please contact your local chapter president. Because of privacy concerns, we have chosen not to list their names on our web site. If you do not know the name of your chapter officer or the name of your local chapter, try our Find a Chapter page. You can also contact Pheasants Forever at 1(877) 773-2070 and we will put you in touch with the regional wildlife biologist in charge of your region or contact us using our online form.
Should a bird hunter in Kansas, or any state sharing both pheasant and quail habitat, join Pheasants Forever or Quail Forever?
In a perfect world, we'd love them to join both. However, most hunters and conservationists have more passion for one species than another. The great thing is that no matter whether they choose Pheasants Forever or Quail Forever, they can be assured that they're contributing to an organization that has a significant impact on local habitat and a strong voice at the national level.
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