Imagine a lush thicket or hill in the countryside of England, with gentlemen placed at “pegs” awaiting the beaters who push pheasants toward the guns. Behind the shooters are the “pickers-up,” workers with retrievers who fetch the grassed bird. After each push of birds there is a time out so shooters can rotate to the next peg, or station and the process is repeated. With a squad of 4 to 12 shooters who will experience each station and angel of shot. At least 100 birds will be released and off course, additional pheasants are available.