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Adopt your very own pheasant chick

Utah's Division of Wildlife Resources needs your help raising 3,000 pheasant chicks. If you decide to adopt a chick, you will raise it through the summer and then release it as an adult in the fall.
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 UTAH) - Utah's Division of Wildlife Resources needs your help raising 3,000 pheasant chicks. If you decide to adopt a chick, you will raise it through the summer and then release it as an adult in the fall.

The DWR will get the chicks, both roosters and hens, in mid-May and they will only be one day old.  You will have to cover all of the expenses to feed, vaccinate, and house the birds while they grow over the summer.

The pheasants will be released on state wildlife and waterfowl management ares, walk-in access areas and private land that provides access to public hunters.

For more information, visit the DWR's website here.

You can participate in the program by calling the following DWR office nearest you:

Office                         Telephone number

Ogden                        801-476-2740

Springville                   801-491-5678

Vernal                        435-781-9453

Price                          435-613-3700

Cedar City                  435-865-6100
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