Highland Adventures From East To West Presents Highlights From The Habitat Organization
The award-winning Highland TV series, ‘The Flush’ returns for its 12th season on the Outdoor Channel starting this week. Presented by Federal Ammunition and featuring Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever, the show’s Official Conservation Partner, the new season of The Flush will air every Monday at 9:30am, Wednesday at 12:30pm, Friday at 3pm :30 pm, Saturday at 8:30 am and Sunday at 6:30 am EST.
Respected TV personalities Bill Sherck, Ron Schara, Scott Fransen and Travis Frank take viewers on another fascinating season of highland hunting on “The Flush” while engaging members of Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever who are They volunteer on the front lines for habitat conservation efforts across the country. This season features hunts across the country, including a breathtaking trip to Alaska for ptarmigan, a grouse hunt in the Northwoods with Trampled by Turtles frontman Dave Simonett, and a dream hunt in Iowa with dedicated members of PF and Q.F.
“Our goal is to tell great stories from the North American highlands, and we are excited about the new shows coming to the air this season,” said host Travis Frank. “If you love hunting upland birds, bird dogs, and stories about people with a passion for blush, we think you’ll enjoy this season. Beyond the characters we met in the field, my favorite part of this season was the places we hunted. Most of our hunts were filmed on public land that we all have access to. The highlands are alive and we are lucky to be able to share our stories with viewers.”
The Flush broadcast schedule
Week of 6/26
logging camp ranch
Bill Sherck opens his hunting season in the North Dakota Badlands in search of sharp-tailed grouse and mourning doves.
week of 7/3
Alaskan ptarmigan stroke 1
Travis Frank travels the rugged mountain peaks of Alaska in search of a ptarmigan. Hunting Alaskan Wildfowl Comes With Incredible Challenges And Great Rewards (Part 1).
Week of 10/7
Alaskan Ptarmigan Blow 2
Travis Frank travels the rugged mountain peaks of Alaska in search of a ptarmigan. Hunting Alaskan Scrub Birds Comes With Incredible Challenges And Great Rewards (Part 2).
Week of 7/17
Maine Grouse Camp
Bill Sherck hunts in the remote Maine Northwoods with a dedicated group of grouse hunters. They pitch a tent in the woods and chase wild birds on public land.
Week of 7/24
trampled by birds
Travis Frank hunts grouse and woodcock in the woods of northern Wisconsin with a dedicated team of Pheasants Forever and Dave Simonett of the Trampled by Turtles band. At a family grouse camp they celebrate a fall hunting tradition and a successful conservation partnership.
Week of 7/31
dream team hunt
Scott Fransen and the Flush team meet up in western Minnesota to chase wild pheasants on public land. Is it Scott’s dream hunting gear or a big mistake?
Week of 7/8
Montana grouse opener
Travis Frank hunts the Montana Opener Grouse with three bird hunting buddies. The crew encounters large numbers of wild birds on public land.
Week of 8/14
North Dakota Life Members
Travis Frank joins biologists from Pheasants Forever in North Dakota to celebrate bird dog milestones and epic bird numbers. The action-packed hunt takes a turn when tragedy strikes in the field.
Week of 8/21
Hank’s Hunt #2
Ron Schara and Scott Fransen celebrate their love of bird dogs in a South Dakota pheasant field with a dedicated group of hunters in Hank’s second annual hunt.
Week of 8/28
Arizona Highlands Blow
Travis Frank and Tyler Webster search for public land for the Arizona Upland Slam: Mearns, Gambel’s and Scaled Quail.
Week of 9/4
Iowa Dream Hunt
Travis Frank hosts an action-packed rooster road trip through Iowa’s top pheasant hunting destinations with a team of Pheasants Forever staff and members.
Week of September 11
South Dakota Late Season
Scott Fransen hunts the last days of the late-January pheasant hunting season in South Dakota, battling brutal winter conditions and wiley roosters.
Week of 9/18
Kansas Quail Camp
Travis Frank joins a longtime group of upland bird hunters at a Kansas quail camp. Exploding flocks of quail are only part of the story when life throws this close-knit group of friends a terrifying curveball.
“The Flush” is presented by Federal Ammunition and features Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever as official conservation partners for the show. Additional support is provided by Benelli®, Nutrisource, Walton’s, North Dakota Tourism, Big Timber Fasteners, OnX Hunt, Aluma Trailers, Chief Upland, Wells Lamont, DeWalt, Superior Pump, Southwire, and Ruff Land Kennels.
About Ron Schara Productions
Based in Golden Valley, Minnesota, Ron Schara Productions is a leader in outdoor variety programming. Ron Schara and his award-winning team of writers, producers, and photojournalists cover the natural world and entertain outdoor enthusiasts on major networks.
About Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever
Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever make up the nation’s largest nonprofit organization dedicated to upland habitat conservation. This community of more than 400,000 members, supporters, and partners is dedicated to protecting our highlands through habitat improvement, public access, education, and advocacy. A network of 754 local chapters spread across North America determine how 100 percent of their locally raised funds are spent—the only national conservation organization to operate through this grassroots structure. Since its inception in 1982, the organization has dedicated more than $1 billion to 575,000 habitat projects benefiting 24 million acres.