Wow a year has passed and once again it's time to think about the Annual Black Hills Chapter Pheasant Forever Banquet.
Sign up and then come on down for great prizes, auctions, games, food and story telling.
Saturday September 9, 2017
Rushmore Plaza Civic Center
Doors open at: 4pm
Raffle & Game: 4-6pm
Silent Auction: 4-7pm
Live auction: 7pm
Watch for your mailbox for early sign up or contact us here have one sent to you.
$60 Banquet ticket (includes membership $35)
$25 Banquet companion (dinner only)
$20 Child (Ringneck membership and dinner for under 16y)
$35 Cannot attend (membership renewel only)
Hi my name is Buster. I'm a 9 year old GSP and the new Black Hills Pheasant Forever Chapter Website Admin. I love nothing more than finding and holding pheasants. In my first post, it is my pleasure to announce our chapter banquet.
If you love pheasants as much as I do, please consider joining us at our biggest event of the year. Details are as follows:
- Doors Open: 4 pm
- Raffles - Games: 4-6 pm
- Silent Auction: 4- 7 pm
- Dinner: 6-7 pm
- Live Auction: 7 pm
You may Pre-register or donate by downloading and mailing in THIS FORM (<- click here for registration form).
This event is not only a great place to show your support for pheasants and pheasant habitat, in South Dakota, but also a great place to win and bid on some wonderful schwagg. Last but certainly not least, you might find a new friend or two to share some excellent wing-shooting adventures!
For More information please contact Karl "KC" Castor @605-348-2406
See you there!
→ The following is a press release from national Pheasants Forever. ↑
Dr. J. Scott Taylor has been hired as the Coordinator of the National Wild Pheasant Conservation Plan the Midwest Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (MAFWA) announced last weekend (March 2016) at the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference. Dr. Taylor will begin his new duties in April at the Pheasants Forever regional office on the campus of South Dakota State University in Brookings, South Dakota.
Inspired by the successes of the National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative, the National Wild Pheasant Conservation Plan was developed by the Midwest Pheasant Study Group, an official advisory body of MAFWA composed of state pheasant biologists, with significant participation of other pheasant states throughout the country. The goal of the plan is to restore and maintain self-sustaining wild pheasant populations in each state to provide maximum recreation opportunities.
Although originally the product of MAFWA, the plan truly is national in scope, and the Midwest Pheasant Study Group was disbanded and reconstituted as the National Pheasant Technical Committee. Participating pheasant states from the Pacific Northwest to Pennsylvania plus Pheasant Forever have pledged not only for the implementation of the plan, but also financial commitments to support the Coordinator's work for at least 3 years. (Photo downloaded from orignial press release.)
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