World’s Largest Pheasant Has Some Work Done
From the “Only in South Dakota” section of today’s news, the “World’s Largest Pheasant” in Huron, South Dakota, is undergoing a restoration. Looks like it will be in tip top shape to greet pheasant hunters this October.
From KELOLAND Television:
A committee in Huron has raised $20,000 restore the “World’s Largest Pheasant.”
The group has also raised $8,000 from businesses and residents to maintain the pheasant for the next 10 years.
A sign at the statue will list all names of donors.
Local artist Schaun Schnathorst and his brother, Bob Carlson, have been working on the 40-foot-long by 28-foot-tall bird since May. They’ve been doing repairs, priming and painting.
It’s scheduled for completion in August, weather permitting.
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