The World Pheasant Association

The World Pheasant Association - The ultimate authority on Galliformes
WPA is a registered charity (271203) founded in 1975 which aims to develop and promote the conservation of all the species within the order of the Galliformes, otherwise known as the gamebirds of the world.  Apart from pheasants, this also includes partridges, grouse, quail, francolins, megapodes and cracids, some of which are the most beautiful, yet threatened, birds in the world.

Become a member today!

Mark Denton-Snape has set up a fundraising page for WPA on Just Giving.  He is undertaking the challenging Three Peaks event on 24 May 2014.  To sponsor Mark click here

Charity Shoots:
Compton Manor Shoot - Friday 2 May 2014 
Oxfordshire Shoot - Friday 20 June 2014
Black Grouse Shoot  - Wednesday 24 September 2014 at Auchterhouse Country Sports,
Burnhead Farm, Angus, DD3 0QN

To book a place contact Keith Howman: or telephone 01932 254855

The WPA Annual Convention will be held in Ireland: 18-21 September 2014

Breeding and Managing Pheasants Manual - by John Corder

Timothy Greenwood the very talented wildlife artist died on Christmas Eve 2010 in his cottage beside the banks of Loch Tummel. He was a founder member of the World Pheasant Association. In his will he expressed the wish that if possible WPA should benefit in some way and his paintings and etchings.  

International Journal of Galliformes Conservation:   Volume 1

The guidelines published 
by WPA and IUCN 

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