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Alaska Bird Hunting

Seasons Span August – June 15, 2017

Alaska Bird Hunting

Resident License Fees: 
$25

Non-Resident License Fees:
Annual Small Game $20 

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*prior to hunting, always verify all local rules and regulations with the appropriate state agencies because these laws are continually changing and are often area specific
Blue Grouse

Alaska Blue Grouse Season

August 1 – May 15

*dates dependent upon unit

Limits: 5-15 per day depending on unit, 10-30 possession in aggregate with other grouse

Spruce Grouse

Alaska Spruce Grouse Season

August 1 – May 15

*dates dependent upon unit

Limits: 5-15 per day depending on unit, 10-30 possession in aggregate with other grouse

Ruffed Grouse

Alaska Ruffed Grouse Season

August 1 – May 15

*dates dependent upon unit

Limits: 5-15 per day depending on unit, 10-30 possession in aggregate with other grouse

Sharptail Grouse

Alaska Sharp-Tailed Grouse Season

August 1 – May 15

*dates dependent upon unit

Limits: 5-15 per day depending on unit, 10-30 possession in aggregate with other grouse

Willow Ptarmigan

Alaska Willow Ptarmigan Season

August 1 – June 15

*dates dependent upon unit

Limits: 10-50 per day depending on unit, 20-100 possession in aggregate with other ptarmigan

 

 

Rock Ptarmigan

Alaska Rock Ptarmigan Season

August 1 – June 15

*dates dependent upon unit

Limits: 10-50 per day depending on unit, 20-100 possession in aggregate with other ptarmigan

White-Tailed Ptarmigan

Alaska White-Tailed Ptarmigan Season

August 1 – June 15

*dates dependent upon unit

Limits: 10-50 per day depending on unit, 20-100 possession in aggregate with other ptarmigan

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