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Monday 09/30/2019 New Hampshire wildlife biologists to stock 11,000 pheasants. (VIDEO)

Part of my annual duties as a wildlife biologist during my 31 year career at the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department was to help release ring-necked pheasants each year for our hunters. Pheasant hunters are required to purchase an annual pheasant license on top of their regular hunting license. The funds from this license are used to purchase the next years pheasants. Pheasants will be distributed to 63 different site in 44 towns for the 2019 season. There is usually a preseason stocking the two days prior to the opening then three in season stockings.


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