Pheasants Forever has named Tony Jacobs of Wichita as the organization’s new regional representative for western Kansas.
Jacobs looks to grow Pheasants Forever’s presence in Kansas, which is currently home to more than 50 Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever chapters and nearly 7,000 Pheasants Forever and/or Quail Forever members.
“This state has such a great hunting heritage, so it’s important that we get out on the ground and provide more high-quality habitat for pheasants and quail populations,” Jacobs says. “It’s an uphill battle in a lot of the country, but here in Kansas we have the opportunity to showcase what is possible when time, talent, and resources are dedicated to wildlife and habitat conservation. I am very proud to be a part of the nation’s leading upland conservation organization, and I look forward to fostering, promoting, and growing the Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever mission.”