View our scheduled chapter events and past events.
2023 32nd Brown County Pheasants Forever Banquet
Mar 18 - 18, 2023
2023 Hunters Dream Raffle
Mar 18 - 18, 2023
2023 Adopt-A-WMA Habitat Day
Apr 22 - 22, 2023
2022 MN Pheasant Opener - Oct. 15th 9:00 a.m.
Oct 15 - 01, 2023
MN Outdoor Youth Day
Jul 16, 2022
Membership Drive and Family Fun Night
Mar 21, 2020
Want to hunt public land. Check out Brown County WMA and WIA available public lands.
Check out chapter member Jeremy Berg link on youtube of his Friday afternoon hunt on the new Coal Mine Creek WMA. An acquisition and restoration project funded by Brown County Pheasants Forever, Pheasants Forever, Inc., Outdoor Heritage Fund and Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council. Nice action.
Join us for our quarterly meetings. The Brown County Pheasants Forever would like to invite all members to attend these meetings. We discuss local habitat projects, youth events, annual banquet or other items related to Pheasants Forever and our local community in Minnesota. Meeting dates/times occasionally change. Please contact a Board Member to verify meeting dates/times/locations or check website under "Meetings" changes/cancellation?
Each year Brown County Pheasants Forever has an annual banquet to get fellow pheasant hunters and those in the community to gather together in support of our pheasants. Raising money to help the efforts of conservation and habitat that is related to our pheasant population. As well, educating those new members and or youth in why our Pheasants Forever Chapter is important to the sport in our communities.
Forming bonds and friendships in the field, all in the efforts of conservation. From time to time we have members getting together as a group to hunt some pheasants in our great state of Minnesota. Check our collection of photos, from the photos of our members in the field, to our chapter events and hunts. All our chapter group photos can be found here. Even a few photos of our favorite hunting companions chasing some birds.
The future of our sport rely on the efforts of those generations younger than us. To help promote those efforts and educate youth in the importance of what Pheasants Forever, we host an annual hunt, showcasing why our organization is important, but at the same time having some fun with our leaders of tomorrow.
The Minnesota hosts a Chapter social get together at the local sporting clays. Chapter members and their families are cordially invited. This is a great opportunity to meet new friends, enjoy some great food and have some fun shooting sporting clays.
We pair mentors with inexperienced youth hunters in a hunt for live pheasants in a controlled environment. Participants received shooting tips, dog training instructions and a chance to shoot live pheasants. All of the young hunters learned some of the finer skills of upland game hunting from our staff. Brown County Pheasants Forever is honored to carry on the passion for teaching the next generation of hunters. We held our Mentored Youth Hunt on September 10th this year.
All women and children will have opportunity to shoot one round (25 shells and clays) of trap for free at these events. Free instruction is available along with use of our firearms. We provide lunch and refreshments so come on out and have some fun.
While we all like to have fun in the field and chase pheasants for miles, safety is one of the most important aspects. We promote and encourage hunter safety in the field. Hunter education classes show both youth and adults the proper way to hold, maneuver and practice proper gun care. We at Minnesota believe it is essential for kids to become familiar with gun operation and be comfortable with handling their firearm. For more information on our youth hunts, please contact us through our website. If you are interested in enrolling yourself or your child in the Minnesota hunter education course, please click the link below.
Pheasants and Quails Forever main charter is to protect, conserve and enhance habitat for pheasants and other wildlife for the greater public good. This includes land management policies and programs. To that end, Brown County Chapter of Pheasants Forever will be having its annual Raffle as a fundraising activity.