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Wild Game food dishes are top draw for local Ikes members

February 12, 2010
By Garry Brandenburg

Pheasants do very well - if they have adequate winter escape and roosting cover to shelter them from predators and adverse weather. Such places do exist locally. One is the private property of Ed Siems and Teresa Vokoun. Many years ago, they planted many conifer trees, prairie grasses and shrubs as part of the landscaping for their land. In addition, three ponds were built to hold water for fishes, ducks, geese and great blue herons. The success of their endeavor is proven by the large number of critters that call the place home.

 
 
 

 

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