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Alabama Pheasant Hunting Guides and Outfitters

Alabama Pheasant Hunting Guides and OutfittersThe Alabama pheasant hunting guide or outfitter you hire should have several packages for trips and guided hunts for this game bird. They can include hunting dogs, supplies and equipment or other accommodations like cabins or lodging. Alabama offers many surface features that help the pheasant survive and each area of its fifty-one thousand square miles will surly enhance most trips or hunts. Make sure when planning a trip or hunt in Alabama that the pheasant hunting outfitters and guides that you look at can fill the requirements you have as a hunter for this upland game bird.

Pheasant Hunting Guides and Outfitters in Alabama

Here are some pheasant hunting guides and outfitters we have listed for Alabama.
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Supply Stores for Alabama Pheasant Hunters

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Taxidermy Services in Alabama for Pheasant Hunts and Other Animals

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Alabama Hunting Lodge or Hotel Accommodations

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Alabama Pheasant

Pheasant, this large, long-tailed bird of the family Phasianidae, which also includes the quail, partridge, percock, and the domestic fowl, can be found all across Alabama. This is a popular upland game bird that is offered by hunting guides and outfitters who supplies trips and guided hunts to sportsmen. This family contains more than 50 species of pheasants, of which the genus Phasianus is representative. Native to Asia, pheasants were introduced into Europe about 1200 BC.

The pheasant commonly found in North America, which includes the Alabama area is the ring-necked pheasant, P. colchicus. This bird is a hybrid, derived from the interbreeding primarily of three subspecies of pheasants introduced into North America in the latter part of the 18th century. These subspecies were the British ring-necked pheasant, P. colchicus colchicus, a small species native to Asia Minor; the Chinese ring-necked pheasant, a variety with the same marking and plumage coloring as the North American bird; and the Mongolian pheasant, which resembles the English variety but is larger.

The ring-necked pheasant is a popular game bird with Alabama hunting guides and outfitters. They supply hunters with trips and guided hunts for this upland bird, which derives its name from the characteristic white ring on the neck of the male. The male has a iridescent bluish-green head and neck, a bright red face and wattles, black-tipped body plumage that varies from shades of white to brown, a very long slender tail with black banding, and black legs. These colors help hide the Alabama pheasant from a hunting outfitter or guide very well. The comparatively inconspicuous hen has mottled brown-coloring and a shorter tail. The male is about 90 cm {about 35 inches} long; the female is about 50 cm {about 20 inches}. Because the wings of the pheasant are relatively small for the size of its body, the bird is terrestrial in habit, flying usually only short distances. This is a disadvantage for the game bird as hunters can shoot down them while they start to fly by using hunting dogs to scare them into moving. It has strong legs and is a swift runner, but unless in heaver coverage may not help it get away from a hunter on a pheasant trip.

The ring-necked pheasant is considered a wild game bird in North America, but because it is so avidly hunted, the bird is artificially propagated for marketing and restocking. It abounds in the north central regions of the United States. Alabama pheasant hunting guides and outfitters can find this game bird in grassy meadows and weed patches, at the edges of woodlands, and in grain fields. Although the bird feeds on seeds and destroys grain crops, especially corn, wheat, and oats, it also helps farmers by feeding on destructive insects and the seeds of noxious weeds. Other foods of the pheasant are berries, fruits, shoots, and wild plants.

Alabama Hunting Season Schedule

Alabama Hunting License

United States Weather

Hunting-Trips-R-Us are listing the links above for the Alabama hunting seasons and regulations that pheasant guides and outfitters must abide by when on a hunt. The breeding season lasts from April to June. Each male has a harem of about three hens, which select individual nesting sites near the place chosen by the male for its crowing area. The nests are built of dried weeds and vegetable debris in an area, such as a hayfield or fence row, that provides suitable concealment. The hen lays 8 to 16 olive-buff eggs in the nest. The eggs, which are incubated by the hen without the help of the male, hatch in about 23 days. The young pheasants stay with the mother until autumn, when the males and females separate for the winter. In cold weather, or when the ground is covered with snot, the pheasant roosts in trees.

Choose a State for Your Hunting Trip

Alabama offers much to pheasant hunters with it’s over fifty-one thousand square miles of land. To help the average sportsman we have listed a few pheasant hunting guides and outfitters that are qualified with knowledge and expertise in their area of the state. Planning a hunt or trip can be time consuming and picking the right outfitter or guide is a must. Hunting-Trips-R-Us ask that you take your time and research the companies that you are looking at. Ask if they are willing to supply a list of previous clients or check to see if any complaints have been filed against them. Pheasant hunts are popular and we want to remind you that safety should always come first. So have fun and good pheasant hunting.