Hungarian partridge

hunting trips

Hungarian partridge

hunting trips

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The Hungarian Partridge, also known as the Gray Partridge or English Partridge was introduced into the United States during the early nineteen hundreds.  Its native terrain spans from Europe to Asia, but since being introduced to North America can be found in abundance throughout Canada and the northern States of the United States.

Hungarian Partridge                Hunting

Hungrian / Gray Partridge Hunts

Hungarian partridge

hunting trips

Hungarian partridge

hunting trips

plan a hunt
partridge hunting
bird hunting
upland hunting

plan a hunt
partridge hunting
bird hunting
upland hunting

plan a hunt
partridge hunting
bird hunting
upland hunting

plan a hunt
partridge hunting
bird hunting
upland hunting

plan a hunt
partridge hunting
bird hunting
upland hunting

This species of game bird is a member of the pheasant family and builds its nests, and lives, on the ground. The Hungarian Partridge prefers wide open agricultural terrain such as corn and grain fields.  These partridge do not migrate and can often be very territorial.  The Hungarian Partridge can be identified by its brown back and gray chest. 
We recommend using a side-by-side or over-and-under twelve gauge shotgun, however any trusty twelve or twenty gauge shotgun, paired with a well-trained hunting dog, will do the trick.

Hungarian partridge

hunting trips

Hungarian partridge

hunting trips

plan a hunt
partridge hunting
bird hunting
upland hunting

plan a hunt
partridge hunting
bird hunting
upland hunting

plan a hunt
partridge hunting
bird hunting
upland hunting

plan a hunt
partridge hunting
bird hunting
upland hunting

plan a hunt
partridge hunting
bird hunting
upland hunting

This species of upland game bird can offer a great challenge as they are typically spooked much easier than some other hunting birds.  Be prepared for the covey of birds to take off much sooner than you would typically find with a ring neck pheasant.  After takeoff the covey will normally fly for over one hundred yards, then continue to move on foot regrouping at that time. 
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