Vermont has excellent hunting for a variety of upland birds. The state's varied habitats are home to locally abundant populations of ruffed grouse (or partridge) and woodcock. Ruffed Grouse or partridge are the most widely available upland game in Vermont. Good numbers of partridge can be found wherever brushy forest stands provide nesting cover, protection from predators, and food in the form of berries and buds.
Overgrown apple orchards, abandoned hillside farms, and regenerating clear cuts covered with hardwood thickets are all grouse hot spots. Although grouse are found statewide, the Northeast Kingdom probably offers the best grouse hunting. In addition to grous and woodcock Vermont also boasts some great pheasant and quail hunting. The farms and clubs listed below are a great choice for Vermont Upland Bird Hunting:
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