From grouse to woodcock to pheasant, take your upland hunting game to the next level with Ontario OUT of DOORS’ expert advice.
forgotten game bird - Hungarian-partridge

Huns: Ontario’s forgotten game bird

by Steve Galea | June 1, 2013

Talk to any upland gunner about bird hunting in Ontario and they’ll probably tell you about ruffed grouse, woodcock, and perhaps released pheasant. Further north, they might add spruce and sharp-tailed grouse into the mix, maybe even ptarmigan. But, these days, it’s a rare hunter who mentions Hungarian partridge.

dressing

Dressing for an upland hunt

by Steve Galea | December 1, 2012

Choosing the proper apparel is more than just looking the part.

flushing pheasants

Flushing pheasants in norfolk county

by Jeff Helsdon | October 1, 2012

A great option for ringneck fans.

northern style

Grouse hunting — northern style

by Tom Goldsmith | October 1, 2012

There's more than big game in those woods.

edge cover

Run for Edge Cover

by Steve Galea | June 1, 2012

This area of the landscape can be highly productive.

Ruffed Grouse: Heir to the Throne

by Tom Goldsmith | May 1, 2012

Hark the sounds of spring royalty in the uplands.

9 Tips for better grouse hunting

by Steve Galea | August 25, 2010

top hunting stories - get grouse - hunter with dog on path

Where To Get Grouse

by Steve Galea | December 1, 2008

mysteries - a dog holding a bird in it's mouth

Mysteries of Woodcock Revealed

by Tom Goldsmith | September 1, 2008