July 9, 2018 Update

Upland Bird Forecast





In the past John Wenzel periodically provided us with an upland bird forecast. Most of the data was based off rainfall. The conclusion was typically summer and spring months with excessive rainfall or heat produced low upland bird hatches. In all MAHA regions the 2018 rainfall amounts were below average from January through April. May welcomed above average rainfall. June was spotty but all in all we had enough rain to maintain a good crop and plenty of cover for upland bird reproduction. July is off to a hot start so let’s hope for a few of those timely showers the remainder of July and August. For now, conditions are pointing in the direction of a positive upland bird hatch, but we still must get through the dog days of the summer.

March 20, 2023 Update

Deer Hi Jon,  A quick follow up- I pulled my trail camera today. Apparently, the great MAHA lands have more than just deer (see attached)!

March 17, 2023 Update

Upland Bird Hi, Jon, By some standards our season was not one to get excited about, but the older I get, the more I appreciate

March 13, 2023 Update

Upland Bird From member Bruce since 1993. Thanks for sharing. Kansas pheasant limits were hard to come by this past season.

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