The National Wild Pheasant Conservation Plan

The National Wild Pheasant Conservation Plan was created to provide a blueprint for restoring and maintaining pheasant populations across the country.  Written by more than a dozen primary authors and over two dozen total contributors from 23 state wildlife agencies, the National Plan details the habitat needed to support a national pheasant harvest goal of at least 5.9 million roosters based on a multi-state habitat model.

A detailed history of the steps involved in the writing and approval process can be found here.

To view or download the plan, click here.