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Pheasants Forever is dedicated to the conservation of pheasants, quail and other wildlife through habitat improvements, public awareness, education, and land management policies and programs.
Chinook Pheasants Forever is a non-profit local chapter of Pheasants Forever Canada Inc., dedicated to the conservation of pheasants and other upland birds and wildlife, through habitat improvements and restoration, public awareness, education, land management policies and programs in Southern Alberta.
Our main fundraising effort is our highly anticipated annual banquet and auction. The night is made up of a fabulous dinner that is sure to satisfy, live entertainment, bucket auctions, a silent auction, and a live auction. It's a great opportunity to get together with some friends or co-workers, enjoy an evening out, and pick up some awesome merchandise from our amazing sponsors and donors. At the same time you will be doing your part to ensure that the upland birds and other wildlife continue to have the habitat that they need to survive.
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Banquet Postponed to 2022
It is with great sadness that we announce that we are once again postponing our annual Pheasants Banquet. Our executive has made the very difficult decision to postpone this year's Chinook Pheasants Forever Banquet until March 11, 2022. We were all looking forward to getting together this year to enjoy some great food and entertainment while raising money for local conservation efforts, but we understand that these are difficult times and we wanted to do what is best for the health and safety of everyone involved.
As a thank you to our faithful supporters, we will be renewing all PF memberships paid in 2020 for the coming year to ensure that you continue to receive the PF Magazine and correspondence.
We'd like to thank all of our members for their understanding in this decision. We invite you to continue following along with us on social media and on our website as we are still active in our conservation efforts and we will continue to post news and updates there.