Roadside counts matter, but the hunting experience doesn't change

It won’t be long until the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources releases their August roadside counts.  Just what are these reports and why are they important?

Since about 1954 the DNR has conducted roadside counts primarily to count pheasants. They have individuals from all over the pheasant range in Minnesota drive exactly the same routes during the first 15 days in August.

 


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