Tag Archives: upland birds

Mossberg Shines At Highland Hills

Mossberg's Dave Miles gets hands on with their new autoloading shotgun.
Mossberg’s Dave Miles gets hands on with their new autoloading shotgun.

What happens when you take two new shotgun models by Mossberg to an upland bird hunting Mecca? The bag gets filled with pheasant, chukar, quail and Hungarian partridge; and there are a lot of crunched sporting clays targets along the way. Continue reading Mossberg Shines At Highland Hills

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Wisconsin Ruffed Grouse Survey Results Indicate Stable Population

Photo Credit: Paul Carson
Photo Credit: Paul Carson

Roadside ruffed grouse surveys completed this spring show that ruffed grouse enthusiasts should expect bird encounters similar to those experienced in 2015 as the population cycle begins to trend upward. Continue reading Wisconsin Ruffed Grouse Survey Results Indicate Stable Population

Wingshooting as a World Language

huntforeverwingshootingbirdflyIt can be as simple as a kid picking up a shotgun, whistling for his dog, and walking out the back door, or as formal as a duke setting out with a score of retainers to shoot a thousand birds. It is all wingshooting, and it is all wonderful. Continue reading Wingshooting as a World Language

For The Love Of Dogs

If you thought Safari Club International members were into only big or dangerous game, you’d be mistaken. SCI Members are active in all forms of hunting including upland and small game.

We’d love to see some of your bird, rabbit or other type of hunting dogs.  Send a few photos of your canine hunting companion along with a little about him or her to spotlight@safariclub.org and we’ll share it on the blog.

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