- Associated Press - Saturday, October 22, 2016

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission says rooster pheasants were released at several wildlife management areas before special youth hunts this weekend.

The birds were released at 14 wildlife management areas before the hunts Saturday and Sunday. Special regulations are posted at each of the 14.

The 14 include those in Custer, Sherman, Madison, Lancaster, Johnson, Platte, Nemaha, Hall, Gage and Cass counties.

Adult mentors must be licensed hunters age 19 or older to accompany youths.

For more information may be found online at outdoornebraska.gov.

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