Alaska-Pheasant & Upland Bird Hunting Lands and Preserves in Alaska
Alaska has a broad spectrum of upland game bird species to choose from. Our three species of ptarmigan, spruce grouse, ruffed grouse, sharp-tailed grouse and blue grouse promise wing-shooting sport for nearly every region of the state. The key to good hunting is knowing the birds' habits, their preferred cover and the native foods each species requires. Alaska’s wildlife is as varied as the land itself. Habitats range from Southeast Alaska’s temperate rain forest and alpine mountaintops to the vast pond-covered deserts of interior and north Alaska. Between and around them are icy regions inhabited only by algae and ice worms, open taiga dotted with trees and roamed by elusive moose and wolverine, vast tidal deltas, and emerald, treeless islands stretching into the Pacific.