Questions & Answers: upland birds

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A: There is no restriction on the number of rounds a shotgun can hold for upland game hunting. The restrictuion of 3 shells applies only to migratory birds.
A: If you possess a big game hunting license, it also covers upland game bird. With the big game hunting license there is not a waiting period on the pheasant season.
A: Public land around Black's Creek Reservoir, outside of any administrative areas such as parks, boat ramps, etc., are open for access.  There has been issues with vandalism around the outlet area in the past and road access is restricted. The Idaho Fish and Game Commission has not closed any bird ...
A: This is a difficult question to answer because it all depends on the species and the time of year.  For example, while nesting many bird nests are depredated (eaten) by foxes, skunks, badgers, coyotes, crows, ravens, magpies and even cows.  Foxes and skunks are the most notorious nest predators.   ...
A: No. Barn owls are federally protected and cannot be killed.  Please contact your local Idaho Fish and Game office to discuss possible ways to discourage them from using your corn barn.  
A: Both static PDF maps suitable for printing and interactive online maps of hunt area boundaries are available on the Hunt Area Map Index.  Sportsmen can also use the MapCenter to view Game Management Units, Elk Zones and current Controlled Hunts.  For offline viewing in Google Earth and GIS ...