Best Pheasant Hunting in 2023
Gamehide Switchgrass Upland Field Bird Vest (Marsh Brown/Orange, Large)
Carhartt Men's Rugged Flex Upland Field Pant, Canyon Brown, 38W X 34L
- 8.5-ounce, 59 percent cotton/39 percent polyester 2 percent spandex canvas with rain defender durable water repellent
- Rugged flex durable stretch tech hnology for ease of movement
- Sits at the waist
- Relaxed seat and thigh
- Comfortable gusseted crotch
Gamehide 3st Upland Front Loading Vest, X-Large, Multi
- Front And Rear Loading Blood Proof Game Bag
- Heavy Duty Fabric To Withstand The Toughest Brush And Briars
- Quilted Left And Right Shoulder Patches
- Large Oversized Dump Pockets
Pheasant, Quail, Cottontail: Upland Birds and Small Game from Field to Feast
Walnut Hollow Country Solid Wood Pheasant Tail Mount & Display Kit with James Meger Image on Oak for Hunters, Oak with 3 Pheasants
- Proudly display your game bird trophy tail and create a unique piece of wall décor art
- The featured artwork is “Pheasants” by the great naturalist painter James Meger
- A simple Do-it-yourself solid Oak kit with the easy-to-follow instructions
- Proudly Made in America from American Wood
- The size without the tail is 6.5-inches x 7.25-inches x 1.63-inches
Gold Toe Men's Dress Crew Socks, 2 Pairs, Pheasants/Plaid, Shoe Size: 6-12.5
- Fits shoe sizes 6-12.5
- Long lasting reinforced toe and spandex for a perfect fit
- Fresh care odor control
- Comfort top
- 2 pair pack
- Special Size Type: standard and Weave Type: Knit
Tirrinia Men Hunting Hat Orange 3D Embroidered Baseball Cap Adjustable Back Closure,Neon Orange Pheasant
- HIGH QUALITY SPORTSWEAR - Our men baseball cap is 100% polyester, anti-wrinkle, comfortable, quick dry, lightweight
- TURKEY EMBROIDERY DESIGN - Hunting Hat with turkey embroidery design to show your stylish taste
- ENERGETIC AND YOUNG - Orange sun cap make you feel young and full of energy and other hunters can see you in the woods and not mistaken you as an animal
- GREAT SUN PROTECTION - Wide brim keep sun and ultraviolet out of face, great for huntting, golf, running, tennis, fishing, baseball, climbing, cycling and other outdoor sports
- ONE SIZE FITS MOST - Our huntting cap with adjustable back closure for customized fit to your head. Unisex one size fit for men, women and youth
Dokken Pheasant Dead Fowl
- Trains on every retrieve
- Life-like feel
VEHFA 1954 Miller Beer and Pheasant Hunting Vintage Look Reproduction Metal Tin Sign 12X18 Inches
- Measures 12 inches x 18 inches (30X46 CM)
- Metal Tin Sign
- Retro design, High quality, Eco-friendly
- A wonderful piece to add to your bar,coffee house or home
- Includes pre-drilled mounting holes
Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge in Stevensville, Montana
White-tailed deer, pheasants and northern harriers are often seen in the upland fields. The ponds are home to muskrat, painted turtles, osprey, and bald eagles.
The United States Fish and Wildlife Service has tabulated a list of 235 species of birds, 37 species of mammals, and 17 species of reptiles and amphibians that are found on the Refuge or could be found on the Refuge.
The diverse habitat of the Refuge includes the Bitterroot River; forested river bottoms, grasslands and fields, hedgerows and shrubs, marshes, open mudflats, and ponds. The varied habitat of this 2,800-acre shelter attracts a great variety of animals. Songbirds, raptors, waterfowl, and other waterbirds are common sights on the Refuge.
White-tailed deer, pheasants, and northern harriers are often seen in the upland fields. The ponds are home to muskrat, painted turtles, osprey, and bald eagles. Great-horned owls, pileated woodpeckers, and western terrestrial garter snakes can be found in the river bottom woodlands.
Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge
Wildlife-specific public use of the Refuge is promoted. Archery hunting for the abundant white-tailed deer population is allowed, and during the fall and winter months, waterfowl hunting is also a significant activity on designated ponds. Fishing is also permitted along the Bitterroot River and certain areas near the wildlife-viewing section.
The Refuge is also involved in community-oriented programs like the Junior Duck Stamp Competition, a nationwide program teaching the importance of the conservation of our wetlands and migratory birds. The program mixes science, the arts, and other key subjects to artistically teach greater awareness of our natural resources.
Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center
The visitor center showcases animal furs and skulls, along with other visual and tactile materials. Various types of stuffed owls will be on display. Other annual events include a bird walk, and the Adventure Bio-thon, which is a timed run/walk challenge with an ecological theme. There is also a Theodore Roosevelt impersonator from New York who often comes to speak and entertain.
A new wildlife viewing trail set to be completed by June will include two and a half miles of new hiking paths, portions of which will be paved for handicap accessibility. The trail would go from the office to the north along the ridge overlooking the wetland areas, and have a platform at the end with a viewing scope to see the Bald Eagle nest on McDonald Pond. This undertaking is part and parcel of a concerted effort to increase public accessibility to the Refuge.
The Future at Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge
Other future projects for the Refuge include the construction of an amphitheater, which would overlook the wetland areas. It would be used to present evening and weekend programs for the public as well as conservation education activities for visiting schools.
The Whaley Homestead, a valuable piece of architectural frontier history built circa 1885, will undergo refurbishment, and in the future may open for tours. Since 1988, when ownership of the farmhouse property was shifted to the Refuge, the building has been closed to the public.