Secure Nesting Cover Native prairie grasses and wildflowers provide secure nesting sites and insects for broods.
Native Grass Seeding in Otter Creek Township, Dunn County
Brood Cover - Flowers = Bugs
An Established Native Grass Seeding
Pheasant Facts: Nesting Native Grass is the Best Nesting Cover because it can be Flattened by Winter Snow and then Springs back up Soon after Snow Melt If a Nest is Destroyed by a Predator a Hen may Re-nest with Fewer Eggs. If One or More Eggs Hatch, she will Not Re-nest
Red Cedar Pheasants Forever has completed 42 nesting cover projects on 643 acres since 1990.
Habitat Management Burning is used Maintain Grass Cover on the Millar Property, Red Cedar Township, Dunn County
Habitat Management Mowing can be used to Maintain Grass Cover
THE BEST WINTER COVER
Wetland Restoration, Dunn County Before After
Pheasant Fact The best Winter Food Plots are Located Adjacent to Winter Cover The Most Important Function of Winter Food is to Help Hens Maintain Good Body Condition so they can Lay a Large Clutch of Eggs in the Spring.
Winter Food Plots Since 1990, Red Cedar Pheasants Forever has assisted in 425 food plot projects covering 1,063 acres.
Winter Food Plot, Dunn County Summer Winter
Land Purchase Don Prochnow Property 68 Acres, 1994 Elk Mound Township
Land Purchase Bill Schutts Property 96 Acres 1994 Elk Mound Township
Land Purchase Tom and Phyllis Cook Property 40 Acres, 1999 Elk Mound Township
Land Purchase Francis and Phyllis Robelia Property I 40 Acres, 2000 Spring Brook Township
Land Purchase-Red Cedar Women's Pheasants Forever Don Schley Property 10 Acres, 2000 Elk Mound Township
Land Purchase Chris Link Public Hunting Grounds 157 Acres Red Cedar Township
Chris Link Cooperative Land Acquisition Red Cedar PF Chippewa Valley PF Dunn County Fish and Game National Wild Turkey Federation WI Stewardship NAWCA
Chris Link Property Professional artist Scott Storm chooses the Chris Link Property as the subject for his sixth and final Limited Addition Legacy VI Painting
Land Purchase Jerry Millar Public Hunting Grounds 57 Acres, 2005 Red Cedar Township
Land Purchase Francis and Phyllis Robelia Property II 40 Acres, 2007 Spring Brook Township
All Land Is Donated to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
2009 Disabled Hunters Event
Menomonie Middle School Students Planting Trees on Chris Link Public Hunting Grounds.
Red Cedar Pheasants Forever: The First Chapter in Wisconsin to Raise and Spend over $1,000,000 on 475 Habitat Projects affecting over 3,000 acres of Land.