private shooting Preserve Birds
Tagging, Marking and Transporting
A preserve hunter may transport or be in possession of up to 20 undressed or processed pheasants with attached kill tags from the beginning of the hunting preserve season through the end of the statewide pheasant season. From the end of the statewide pheasant season through the end of the private shooting preserve season, a preserve hunter may transport or be in possession of up to 15 undressed or processed pheasants with attached kill tags. Possession of more than 20 tagged pheasants will be allowed, provided the hunter can document multiple days of hunting on a preserve operator's guest register record.
- Preserve Application
- Preserve Hunting License Requirements
- Preserve Numbers and Harvest Information
- Does A Person Need A Shooting Preserve Permit?
- Bird Tagging, Marking and Transportation
- Lodging and Food Information
- Sales Tax Information
- Administrative Rules for Private Shooting Preserves
- State Laws for Private Shooting Preserves
Tagging Harvested Birds
All birds, both released and wild, harvested on preserve acres must be tagged with a GFP issued serial numbered kill tag. These tags are used to identify birds harvested on preserve acres. Any bird harvested on non-preserve acres should not be tagged.