Woodcock Hunting

#93 | Ruffed Grouse, Timberdoodles and Timber Markets with Ruffed Grouse Society – Project Upland Podcast

So the idea is working forests and embracing timber markets and conservation easements so it makes it viable for land owners to keep that land in forests. Ben Jones –...

#85 | Gordon Setters and Grouse Hunting with Stephen Faust – Project Upland Podcast

A Dive Into the World of the Gordon Setter and Grouse Hunting Watching a dog nail a grouse, to me, is the fun of the day. I honestly don’t care if the bird is killed or not....

#84 | Converting Hunters to Conservationist with the Ruffed Grouse Society – Project Upland Podcast

Dive into the world of forest conservation, ruffed grouse, and woodcock with the Ruffed Grouse Society. “One of the goals of becoming a hunter is that you transition into...

The Unrealized Opportunity of Woodcock Hunting in the Central Midwest

Ever consider hunting woodcock in the central Midwest states as they migrate south? When hunters think woodcock, most folks naturally have a mental picture of young aspen stands...

Do Woodcock Walk and Run from Points?

Exploring the phenomenon of woodcock that decide walking is better than flying. It can be said with the greatest of confidence that American woodcock do in fact walk away from...

Why Woodcock are a Gun Dog’s Best Friend

Are woodcock the wild bird of choice to train dogs on the upcoming season? We sat at the edge of the tailgate as legendary bird hunting guide “Earl the Pearl” lamented on the...

#51 | Eastern Woodcock Migration Research Cooperative with Dr. Erik Blomberg – Project Upland Podcast

On this episode of the Project Upland Podcast I’m joined by Dr. Erik Blomberg, Assistant Professor of Wildlife Ecology at the University of Maine. Erik joins the show to...

Woodcock Splash – A Lesson in Game Bird Science

Walking in on a point is always an exciting experience, especially in an area where multiple upland game birds occur. It’s a bit of Christmas morning surprise with each flush....

Adventure Awaits – A Pineridge Grouse Camp Story

Deep in the grouse covers of Minnesota sits the Pineridge Grouse Camp, known for its magical allure. Pineridge Grouse Camp is not your average bird hunting lodge. This grouse...

How to Bird Hunt Quebec – A Non-resident Guide

What does it take to bird hunt Quebec? Quebec, the largest province in Canada, is divided into 21 tourist regions and 29 hunting and fishing zones. The landscape, wildlife and the...