The nation's leading wildlife habitat conservation organization, Pheasants Forever, will hold its annual Pheasant Fest in Omaha January 27th through the 30th attracting at least 2,000 visitors to the city.

Omaha was selected over other cities because of its location and the number of avid hunters in the area. The Pheasant Fest exhibitors and presenters will book more than 1,700 hotel room nights over four days, spending money on transportation, exhibit space, dining and entertainment during their stay.

Pheasant Fest, which is open to the public, is a tradeshow for wildlife conservation, bird hunting, dog training and wildlife habitat management. Pheasant Fest will open with a Bird Dog Parade which will include 40 unique bird dog breeds parading on stage at Qwest Center Omaha.

Headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota Pheasants Forever has 600 chapters nationwide.



Media Contact:
Deborah Ward
Omaha Convention & Visitors Bureau
Director of PR/Marketing
(402) 444-4665