Save the Edges is about retaining edge habitat.
We have all heard the phrase “the ring-necked pheasant is a bird on the edge” – maybe only second to the Hungarian partridge. And, it is true, call it what you want – edge, habitat, riparian areas, buffers. Fact is, the more you have, the more upland game birds you have. Where you have lots of “edge” adjacent to food – you have even more upland birds and an abundance of other important natural benefits.
Read more at Pheasants Forever Canada – Save the Edges