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Small Game Season Dates & Bag Limits

Hunting Regulations Icon New York Hunting

Attention –

If you would like to raise and release pheasants to increase pheasant hunting opportunities, please e-mail us at wildlife@dec.ny.gov and type “pheasants” in the subject line or call (607) 273-2768. For a list of hunting areas where pheasants are released, contact a DEC Regional Wildlife Office (on Important Numbers) or visit our website at www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9349.html

 

Keep Your Hunting Dog Safe

  • Keep your dog visible and identifiable! Blaze orange isn’t just for you.
  • Watch for hypothermia, especially if dogs are going to be in the water.
  • If the weather is warm, watch your dog carefully for signs of heat exhaustion, including heavy panting, drooling, weakness and confusion.
  • Provide only small meals or snacks prior to the hunt and throughout the day. Overfeeding can lead to bloat and gastric torsion.
  • Make sure your dog has access to plenty of fresh water.
  • Carry a dog first aid kit.

For more tips, check out:
https://www.hillspet.com/dog-care/resources/dog-hunting-safety.