Nebraska pheasant and quail hunting opens on Saturday

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — Nebraska’s hunters are gearing up for another quail and pheasant season, which opens Saturday.

The season ends on Jan. 31, as does the prairie grouse season.

Hunters can bag three pheasants and six quails a day. But only male pheasants are fair game, and quail must be shot in flight.

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has many resources for hunters on its website, including a public atlas showing where to hunt.

To learn what to expect in the field, check out the 2022-23 Upland Game Bird Hunting Outlook.

For more information and resources, check Nebraska Game and Parks’ website.

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