Bird Hunting Preserves
Learn about all of the different upland game birds and the basics on upland hunting and why hutning on bird hunting preserves is becoming more popular.
Bobwhite Quail Hunting
Bobwhite Quail are native to North America, northern Central America and the Caribbean and the Bobwhite Quail gets its name from the distinctive whistling call that they make.
California Quail Hunting
California Quail can be found in the Western United States near open grasslands and areas where there are ample amounts of water.
Chukars can be found mostly in the Western United States. Hunting Chukars is usually done in open terrain requiring long distance shooting.
Common Snipe Hunting
Common Snipe can be found in North and Central America and prefer to roost in wet areas and are known to forage in soft mud.
Learn everything you need to know about crow hunting and how to become a successful crow hunter including decoy setups and calling techniques.
The Hungarian bird or Gray Partridge can be found in the Northern United States and Canada. Huns require very little cover to feel safe, making them difficult to hunt.
Mountain Quail Hunting
Mountain Quail can be found in the Western United States and tend to live at very high altitudes. The Mountain Quail can be spooked easily.
Mourning Dove Hunting
Mourning Doves can be found throughout the United States and
Canada. When hunting Mourning Doves it is a good idea to hunt near still water sources.
Pheasants, a very popular upland bird, can be found throughout North America. Pheasant Hunting is very popular in the United States and brings in a lot of revenue.
Ruffed Grouse Hunting
Ruffed Grouse are mostly found in Canada but are also seen in the Northeast and Northwest regions of the United States. Ruffed Grouse stand still when they sense danger instead of running and hiding like other upland birds.
Sage Grouse Hunting
Sage Grouse can be found in the Northwestern United States and use sagebrush for both their food source and cover.
Scaled Quail Hunting
The Scaled Quail can be found in the Western United States near streams and pools of water.
Sharp Tailed Grouse Hunting
Sharp Tailed Grouse can be found in the Central United States. Sharp Tailed Grouse like to roost in wide open spaces with short prairie grass.
Spruce Grouse Hunting
The Spruce Grouse can be found throughout Canada. When Spruce Grouse hunting you will be most successful if you use a close working dog to push the birds into treetops.
The Woodcock can be found in the Eastern United States and they prefer to live in wooded areas. When Woodcock hunting you can look for the chalky white marks they leave on the ground.