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Pheasants in the Heartland

MIDWAYUSA.COM – Greensburg, Kansas (population 777) has lots of history. It was first a stagecoach stop in 1885, and shortly thereafter it also became a railroad stop. Needing water for the steam locomotives, the railroad folks dug the world’s largest “hand-dug” well. It’s 109 feet deep and 32 feet wide at the top. A big tornado roared through in 2007, pretty much destroying everything. It’s all rebuilt now as a modern community. But, we had come for pheasants, not history; and for good reason. Kansas has a 4-bird daily limit, and acres and acres of warm season grass CRP fields. [full article]

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