Pheasant, turkey, dove, grouse, partridge, quail, squirrel, rabbits, etc.
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Here in NS the earliest season is for pheasant preserves.
Aug. 1 - Mar. 31, 2006 - Pheasant Preserves
Oct. 1 - Dec. 31 - Ruffed Grouse
Nov. 1 - Dec. 15 - Wild Pheasant
Nov. 1 - end of Feb. - Rabbits
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Our upland game bird season in my area runs from sep.16-dec.18
This includes, sharp tailed grouse, ruffed grouse, spruce grouse and
There is no season for small game. ie: rabbits, grey squirrell, you can shoot as many as you want all year round. But furbearing animals, ie:red squirrell, fox and coyote, require a trapping licence to hunt
Is it september the 8th yet???
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Ptarmigan Aug. 27
mourning dove Sept.1
Blue and Ruffed grouse Sept. 10
Cottontail& snowshoe Sept. 17
Chukar Sept. 17
Sage Grouse &Huns Sept. 17
Quail Nov. 5
Pheasant Nov. 5
Those are the major upland hunts, there are some other oddballs but those are the ones I do or have done in the past.
There is no help for this kind of insanity. I'm just a duck hunter, and should not be held accountable for all my actions between October 1st and freeze-up. Gordon MacQuarrie
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All non-migratory birds and small game open sept. 17th and go until Dec. 31st. Rabbits and trapping go into February. (last day of feb?)
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