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 Hunting - Game Birds

Alberta boasts some of the best hunting in Canada. Come experience Alberta's adventures in hunting! the variety and quality of big game, game birds and waterfowl is unparalleled in Canada.

Game Birds Info:

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Gray Partridge
Pheasant
Sharp-Tailed Grouse
NOTE: ALL HUNTING SEASON DATES are composites of all seasons available in each Alberta hunting region. Specific season information and bag limits are provided in the current Alberta Guide to Hunting Regulations.

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Gray Partridge

the GRAY PARTRIDGE is a small bird, only 30 cm (12 in.) long. Both sexes are nearly identical, but the adult male has a distinct, horseshoe-shaped, chestnut patch on its breast. Breast patches of females and immatures are broken and less distinct.

Gray partridge can be hunted from September 1 to November 30.

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Pheasant

the BRIGHT COLORS and long, tapered tail of the cock ring-necked pheasant makes this bird easily identifiable. Cocks may be as long as 90 cm (36 in.). the hen is smaller and is mottled brown.

Pheasant can be hunted from September 1 to November 15. Only male pheasants are hunted.

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Sharp-Tailed Grouse

WHEN FLUSHED, sharp-tailed grouse usually fly long distances. In flight their white wings, breast and tail are conspicuous. they are about 45 cm (18 in.) long, and are distinguished from hen pheasants by their narrow, pointed tail feathers with white edges.

Sharp-tailed grouse can be hunted from September 1 to November 30.

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Obtain More Info on Hunting in Alberta

You can obtain more information on hunting and fishing regulations in the Campgroundby calling the Natural Resources Services office at (780) 333-2229 or by reading the current Alberta Guide to Hunting Regulations which is available at all Natural Resources Services offices as well as hunting suppliers, or online at Hunting in Alberta.

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