Without partners, very little in wildlife conservation would be accomplished.
We believe that one of the key elements in developing more effective and efficient habitat plans is the presence of partnerships. By integrating resources and expertise wherever possible we are able to save time, money and energy. We continue to partner with new organizations interested in contributing to projects that positively impact the creation of pheasants and other wildlife habitat in southern Alberta.
Equally important, we work to enhance public knowledge of wildlife and the environment. PF habitat projects benefit a wide range of wildlife including upland game birds such as ring-necked pheasants, sharp-tailed grouse, Hungarian partridge, large and small mammals, waterfowl, shorebirds and songbirds.
The following is a partial list of partners that have helped in habitat restoration and land acquisitions over the past 20 years:
- PF Chinook Chapter (Medicine Hat)
- PF Lethbridge Chapter
- The Alberta Conservation Association
- The Alberta Fish And Game Association (various chapters)
- The Alberta Fish and Game Wildlife Trust Fund
- The Nature Conservancy of Canada
- Ducks Unlimited Canada
- Private Donors