Eastern Oregon Pheasants

Eastern Oregon Pheasants 2018-01-03T06:02:16+00:00


easternoregonpheasanthunting011Location: Pendleton, Oregon

September 1 – March 31 every year.

Ringneck Pheasant, Melanistic Pheasant, Chukar, Valley Quail, Bobwhite Quail

•1 night/1 day hunting = $695 per person
•2 nights/1 1/2 days hunting = $1,095 per person.
•2 nights/2 days hunting: $1,350 per person.
*Minimum Party Size: 3
**Adding and extra night on to a 1 or 2 day hunt is $150 per person.

NOTE: All packages include lodging, meals, open bar, trap and trap loads, guides, dogs and bird cleaning. Inquire about self-guided options.

Upland bird hunting for pheasant, chukar and quail, at it’s best. After acquiring the land, the owner dedicated more than a decade to propagating the perfect habitat. The result is the most diverse, game-rich habitat a hunter and conservationist could ask for. Walking the land is easy along the river bottom and the rolling hills.

Upland Bird Hunting In Northeastern Oregon.

We’ve hunted multiple bird preserves throughout the country, and this is the best we’ve experienced due to unmatched habitat, wily birds, beautiful accommodations, a friendly staff and a glorious setting. A perfect blend of multiple food plots and native grasses have ensured birds will reproduce in the wild, which is what makes this gorgeous property so challenging to hunt.


With two lodging options, hunters can overlook the river bottom being hunted, or all of the surrounding landscape from the big lodge perched atop a rock cliff. You’ll see mule deer, whitetail deer, turkeys, ducks, geese and more, which are a testimony to the quality of habitat this destination exhibits.

In Oregon, bird hunting on preserves begins in late summer and ends on March 31. If looking for extended hunting opportunities, and a prime piece of real
estate packed with smart birds to work your gun dog, this is it. Due to the prime feed these birds have available, they offer top-notch table fare.

Hunters can expect to come away with ringneck and melanistic pheasants, as well as chukar, valley and bobwhite quail. Occasionally, an exotic pheasant is introduced to the field. Seeing a long-tailed, gorgeously colored Reeve’s Pheasant, one of the biggest, most stunning pheasants in the world, flush, is a sight to behold.

We’ve been to this property many times and already have plans to return. There’s a reason we keep taking family and friends to this special place, one that, before you’re done, you’ll be planning your return to.

Tag & License Costs

-No tags or licenses are required for upland birds on this property.

Travel Planning

A 2 1/2 hour drive from Portland, along I-84, and less than 30 minutes from Pendleton, OR.