From mixed forest fringes, grain fields and grasslands, to the endless tracts of willow bluffs across the open tundra, Manitoba is home to a variety of productive game bird areas with a wide selection of desired species. Established populations of grouse, partridge, ptarmigan and wild turkey inhabit environments throughout our provincial limits, offering both traditional and exclusive hunting opportunities.
Whether you choose a classic wing shooting experience for partridge in open country, ruffed and spruce grouse on woodland trails or sharp-tails on prairie edges, options for the upland enthusiast are infinite and accessible amongst a variety of seasons.
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Home to wild turkeys, grouse, partridge and ptarmigan, Manitoba offers an excellent opportunity for a multi-species game bird experience!
Walking along a forest trail, I come upon a large wetland, where a big bull moose stands chest deep in the icy water, eating a breakfast of submerged vegetation. One well-placed shot from my rifle and the bull stumbles to the shore before falling. Hunkered in a blind, I watch a flock of Canada geese set their wings and finish right in the pocket...