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Colorado Partridge Hunting Guides and Outfitters

Colorado Partridge Hunting Guides and OutfittersColorado partridge hunting offers excitement for hunters of all kinds, but using guides and outfitters to help plan a trip or guided hunt for this game bird can save time. Colorado has over 104,000 square miles of land and a good outfitter or guide can know the best places to go. The state has everything from the Rocky Mountains to the Great Plains. The climate is great for Colorado partridge hunts and trips in general. The Colorado partridge hunting guides and outfitters can be of a big help in regards to the weather in the state as it can be confusing to hunters as the state’s weather changes in the different elevations. Hunting-Trips-R-Us has tried to help our visitors find the Colorado partridge hunting guides and outfitters that they are looking for. Please research each company to make sure that they can fill your needs as a sportsman.

Partridge Hunting Guides and Outfitters in Colorado

Here are some partridge hunting guides and outfitters we have listed for Colorado.
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High Lonesome Ranch

Aspen Outfitting Company

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Supply Stores for Colorado Partridge Hunters

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Taxidermy Services in Colorado for Partridge Hunts and Other Animals

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Colorado Hunting Lodge or Hotel Accommodations

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Colorado Partridge

Partridge: The partridge is one of any of about 45 species of birds of the pheasant family, Phasianidae, which also includes quail, peacocks, and domestic fowl. Many of these are game birds and are offered by hunting guides and outfitters in Colorado. Partridges are also native to Europe and Asia. Like quail and other gallinule species, they have rounded wings and robust breast muscles that power their explosive takeoffs when escaping predators. The Colorado partridge fly only short distances, hopping hedgerows in the mixed farm and woodland country that they commonly inhabit, and feed on the ground; their short beaks are adapted for picking up seed grains. Several species of this game bird, however, do perch in trees.

One well-known species is the gray partridge, Perdix perdix, a plump and short-tailed bird ranging throughout Great Britain and Europe. The birds are distinguished by a chestnut horseshoe-shaped marking on a gray breast; the males measure about 30 cm {about 12 inches} long and weigh about 0.3 kg., or about 0.7 pounds. Trips and guided hunts are planned by hunters all over the world for upland game birds and a good hunting outfitter or guide is needed to help you with the different locations. The red-legged partridge, Alectoris rufa, which also inhabits Europe, has a red break and legs, and white cheek and throat markings; its peculiar call carries over long distances. Francolins, which are larger partridges with leg spurs, are prized game birds found mostly in Africa, where they number about 35 species.

Partridges associate in coveys that are actually families made up of parents, which remain monogamous, and young, which leave the covey at each new breeding season. The laws and regulations that govern Colorado partridge hunting guides and outfitters that offer a trip or guided hunt can be found by following one of the links below.

Colorado Hunting License

Colorado Hunting Season Schedule

United States Weather

The eggs of the Colorado partridge, which number from 12 to more than 20, are laid in shallow nests on the ground, and the chicks can run and feed within a few hours after hatching. The name partridge is loosely used in North America for the ruffed grouse. Grouse however, are distinguished from partridges by feathering on the lower legs and feet, which in the Phasianidae are bare.

Choose a State for Your Hunting Trip

Hunting-Trips-R-Us have listed Colorado partridge hunting guides and outfitters that may help you plan out your next trip or guided hunt to the state, which offers much with it’s one-hundred and four thousand square miles of land. It has everything from the Great Plains to the Rocky Mountains. Make sure you find a good outfitter or guide as they should know the laws and regulations for this upland game bird. Let’s face it, how many trips or hunts go bad because of poor planning. Have fun and let us know what happened on your hunt.