Saskatchewan Bird Zones

#932
$79,000
Location: 

In the south western portion near Swift Current

Game Species: 
Migratory & Upland birds
WMU: 
09, 10, 12, 13
Description: 

Call Harry @ 250-717-1100 for more details.

Area Data: 

Saskatchewan offers excellent waterfowl hunting throughout the province, over marsh and lake areas, as well as in harvested grain fields. Some of the best opportunities for bird hunting are in the southern part of the province, where migratory birds often stop along their journey.

Waterfowl are abundant in the southern areas, as well as in major flyway patterns and stopovers including the Quill Lakes area, the Qu’Appelle Valley region, and Lake Diefenbaker and other large bodies of water. Upland game birds, such as sharp-tailed grouse, pheasants and Hungarian partridge, are most plentiful in southern Saskatchewan, and can be found along fence-lines, on rural dirt roads, in abandoned farm yards and other areas that provide good cover with tall grasses and low lying shrubbery.

Improvements Summary: 
none
Equipment: 

none

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50.304498°, -108.270264°
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