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December 2, 2018 / Comments (1)

Pheasants Forever and Sharp-tailed Grouse Society Save Habitat

These sharp-tailed grouse dance at a 1,285-acre property that was purchased by Pheasants Forever and the Minnesota Sharp-tailed Grouse Society with the help of a grant recommended by Minnesota’s Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council. The Kanabec County parcel is now permanently protected habitat for wildlife and will be open to public hunting and outdoor recreation as a Minnesota state Wildlife Management Area.

Last modified: February 2, 2019

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Pheasants Forever and Sharp-tailed Grouse Society Save Habitat

  1. Lew D Boyko says:

    Where is the Kanabec County parcel located so I can go watch this spring.

    Thanks.

    Lew

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