What We Hunt

Arizona Quail:
Gambel's & Scaled Quail | 2019/2020 dates TBA | Limit: 15 per day & 45 in possession

Mearns' Quail | 2019/2020 dates TBA | Limit: 8 per day & 24 in possession

Dove| 09/01/2019-09/15/2019 | Limit: 15 per day 45 possession

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Minnesota Ruffed Grouse & Woodcock:

 

Ruffed Grouse| Sept 14th 2019 - Jan 1st 2020| Limit: 5 per day & 10 in possession

Woodcock| Sept 21 2019 - Nov 4th 2019| Limit: 3 per day & 9 in possession

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South Dakota Pheasant and Prairie Birds

Pheasant| Oct 19th 2019 - Jan 5th 2020 | Limit: 3 roosters per day & 15 in possession

Sharp-Tails & Prairie Chickens| Sept 21st 2019 - Jan 5th 2020| Limit: 3 per day & 15 in possession

Hungarian Partridge| Sept 21st 2019 - Jan 5th 2020| Limit: 5 per day & 15 in possession

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Kansas Turkey

 

Rio Grande Turkey (archery)| 2019/2020 dates TBA| Limit: 2 per season, Gobblers only

Rio Grande Turkey (shotgun)| 2019/2020 dates TBA| Limit: 2 per season, Gobblers only

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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.