By RODNEY D. BOAM
The Idaho for Wildlife organization released 2,000-plus pheasants in Franklin County late summer to strengthen the upland game bird population for hunters.
Clint Streadbeck heads the local chapter of the non-profit sportsman group. He said they released the birds in different locations in the county to help them get a foothold and increase their populations.
The group of hunter advocates had a banquet last Spring and raised $3,100 to buy the birds and build their own version of a surrogator. (See the full story in The Preston Citizen.)
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