What You'll Need:

Be prepared for your hunt

-- The Checklist --

  • Shotgun

  • Shells

  • Hunting vest 

  • Quality boots

  • Blaze orange hat

  • Shooting gloves

  • Field pants

  • Hunting 

    license
  • Weather appropriate clothing


 

Bird Hunting Camp

Arizona Quail:

Gambel's & Scaled Quail | 2020/2021 dates TBA | Limit: 15 per day & 45 in possession

Mearns Quail | 2020/2021 dates TBA | Limit: 8 per day & 24 in possession

Harliquin Hideaway package:

A quail hunting paradise in the heart of Southern Arizona! Stunning views and spectacular sunsets with abundant birds. It is no wonder why this is such a coveted hunt. Two night minimum, two hunters per guide.

Includes: breakfast, lunch, transportation in the field, bird cleaning, and lodging.

Excludes: shells, license, gratuity

Quail Day Hunt: 

Join us on a day hunt to remember, run behind our string of experienced gun dogs! Two hunters, day ends around 3pm.

Includes: lunch, transportation in the field, and bird cleaning

Excludes: shells, license, gratuity

Arizona Dove:

Dove| 09/01/2020-09/15/2020 | Limit: 15 per day 45 possession

Dove Day Hunt: 

Group of 3-6 hunters, 15 bird limits, and impressive flights! Choose between a morning or evening hunt on a dairy farm or pecan orchard.

Includes: lunch, and bird cleaning

Excludes: shells, license, gratuity

Click here to purchase your AZ hunting license 

 

Minnesota Ruffed Grouse & Woodcock:

 

Ruffed Grouse| 2020 Dates TBA| Limit: 5 per day & 10 in possession

Woodcock| 2020 Dates TBA| Limit: 3 per day & 9 in possession

Grouse, Melgeorge's Way:

A true grouse hunt with many opportunities to bag the elusive woodcock as well! Two night minimum, on Elephant Lake, deep  in the Northwoods!

 

Includes:  breakfast, lunch, dinner, transportation in the field, bird cleaning, and lodging.

Excludes: shells, license, gratuity

Click here to purchase your MN hunting license

 

South Dakota Pheasant and Prairie Birds

Pheasant| 2020 Dates TBA | Limit: 3 roosters per day & 15 in possession

Sharp-Tails & Prairie Chickens| 2020 Dates TBA| Limit: 3 per day & 15 in possession

Hungarian Partridge| 2020 Dates TBA| Limit: 5 per day & 15 in possession

Wild Prairie Wings Lodge: 

Run the open prairies and get a shot at four different species of upland birds! Over 100,000 acres of private land to hunt Pheasant, Huns, Sharp-tail, and Prairie Chicken!

Includes: Chef prepared meals, lodging, room cleaning service, transportation in the field, and bird cleaning.

Excludes: shells, license, gratuity

Click here to purchase your SD hunting license

Click here to purchase your SD Tribal license

Gambel's Quail
Gambel's Quail

The Gambel's jaunty, plumed topknot (carried by both sexes) makes for ready identification along with the males bright russet cap, black face and bib, and cream-colored belly marked with a black horseshoe. As with all species of quail, the young of the year can be distinguished through their first winter by their spotted secondary wing coverts. Adult males average only about 6 ounces; the slightly smaller females between 5.7 and 5.9 ounces.

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Mearns Quail
Mearns Quail

Males have white and black harlequin-marked heads, capped by a russet shock of feathers that form an ill-fitting crest. These cock quail also possess handsome brown and black checkered backs interlaced with white darts, and white-spotted black flanks similar to a guinea fowl's. Their breasts and underparts are rich mahogany that turns to black at the rump, which terminates in a stubby, almost non-existent tail. The hens are cinnamon with brown, black and buff markings.

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Scaled Quail
Scaled Quail

Both sexes of this species display white, conical crests, hence the common name of "cotton top." The Scaled appellation is appropriate, however, the birds possess a distinctive scalloping on the breast, nape, and belly. Otherwise, their overall color is tan above with a mixture of beige, grays, and whites below. A generally bigger bird than the Gambel's quail, adult male "scallies" average about 7.3 ounces, females 6.7 ounces.

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Ruffed Grouse
Ruffed Grouse

These chunky, medium-sized birds weigh from .99-1.65 lbs, measure from 40 to 50 cm in length, and span 50-64 cm across their short, strong wings. Ruffed grouse have two distinct morphs: grey and brown. In the grey morph, the head, neck, and back are grey-brown; the breast is light with barring. Brown-morph birds have tails of the same color and pattern, but the rest of the plumage is much more brown, giving the appearance of a much more uniform bird.

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American Woodcock
American Woodcock

The brown-mottled American Woodcock walks slowly along the forest floor, probing the soil with its long bill in search of earthworms. Unlike its coastal relatives, this plump little shorebird lives in young forests and shrubby old files across eastern North America. Its cryptic plumage and low-profile behavior makes it hard to find except in the springtime at dawn or dusk, when the males show off for the females by giving loud, nasal "peent" calls and performing dazzling aerial displays.

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Ring-necked Pheasant
Ring-necked Pheasant

Found across open fields and weedy roadsides in the U.S. and southern Canada. Males sport iridescent copper-and-gold plumage, a red face, and a crisp white collar. Their rooster-like crowing can be heard from up to a mile away. The brown females blend in with their field habitat. Introduced to the U.S. from Asia in the 1880's, pheasants quickly became one of North America's most popular upland game birds. Watch for them along roads or bursting into flight from brushy cover.

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Hungarian Partridge
Hungarian Partridge
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Sharp-tail Grouse
Sharp-tail Grouse

Sharptail grouse and Prairie Chicken

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Rio Grande Turkey
Rio Grande Turkey

Four feet tall, and alternating color patterns

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