Monday, July 22, 2013

2013-2014 early migratory game bird hunting seasons

Ohio Department of Natural Resources’ Ohio Wildlife Council approved the state's 2013-2014 early migratory game bird hunting seasons this week, ODNR officials said.  Ohio's bird hunting seasons for mourning dove, Canada goose, rail moorhen and snipe will begin Sept. 1, with new increased bag limits for Canada geese and teal.  Dove season will run through late October, resuming again in Mid-December through early January, with a 15-bird daily limit and 45-bird possession limit after the second day. Canada geese and teal, meanwhile, will be hunted statewide from early to mid-September.  Sora rails, Virginia rails and moorhens will be hunted from early September to early November, while hunting season for snipe will run from early September through late November, before picking up in mid-December through early January.

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