On this year's Earth Day, Friday, April 22, Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever will launch their inaugural Hands-On Habitat Work Day.
The day devoted to conservation projects will be focused on local habitat improvement and teaching spirited volunteers the best ways they can give back to their wildlife.
Local chapters of Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever will each hold different types of work days for their communities.
Pictured: Volunteers at work improving their local habitats
Examples of Hands-on Habitat Projects:
- Grass/nesting cover plantings
- Pollinator plantings
- Tree/brush/shelter belt plantings
- Tree/brush removal
- Invasive species removal
- Stream cleanup/restoration
- Trash clean-up
- Public land sign installation or restoration
- Fence or barbed wire removal
Quail Forever and Pheasants Forever employees and leaders will all be out doing their part, and volunteers can make all the difference in getting a lot accomplished. To find your local volunteer opportunities, visit Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever now.