Looking for something new? Try the ring-necked pheasants in Alberta, muskox hunting in the NWT and snaring tasty snowshoe rabbits in northern Ontario
BOW RIVER VALLEY
As the fall upland bird season progresses, ring-necked pheasants congregate in thick cover along the shoreline of Alberta’s Bow River, especially within dense shrubs and grasses close to floodplain cultivation. It takes persistent dog work to root ringnecks out of this habitat, but the rewards in roosters are worth it. The Alberta Professional Outfitters Society can help arrange a hunt.