6 Great Upland-Bird Hunts on Public Land

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When it comes to public land, big game (mule deer, elk, bighorn, and the like) dominate the headlines and cover photos. But public lands, particularly national forest and Bureau of Land Management properties, offer hundreds of millions of acres of upland bird hunting.

There’s something special about working cornrows for pheasants or joining friends in a stubble field for doves, but here are some equally wonderful examples of both native and exotic upland birds that thrive on our public lands. Hunters need only a valid hunting license, a shotgun and an adventuresome spirit to pursue them. Here are some examples.

Ruffed grouse From New England to the Upper Midwest to the Rocky Mountains to the willow lands of

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