Bird Hunting

Southern Scotland is extremely popular for pheasant, partridge and Grouse shooting, with many quality estates to choose from providing excellent sport amidst mixed landscapes from grouse Moors to mature oak woodland.

For driven days a daily limit (bag) of 150 - 400 birds for eight or nine hunters is available. Days may produce bags including pheasant, partridge, woodcock and ducks.
 

Walked up hunting over dogs is also available and can be arranged to suit.

Bird Hunting Seasons:

Red Grouse:

August 12th to December 10th

Partridges:

September 1st to February 1st

Pheasants:

October 1st to February 1st

Woodcock:

October 1st to January 31st

Ducks / Geese:

September 1st to January 31st

View our bird hunting videos below:

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The Association of
Professional Shooting Instructors

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