Department of Fish & Wildlife
Oregon Bird Hunting
Curt Melcher, Director
Salem Headquarters Office
4034 Fairview Industrial Dr. SE
Salem, OR 97302
ODFW in-state toll-free 800-720-6339
Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission
Mary Wahl (Chair) Langlois
Greg Wolley Lake Oswego
Mark Labhart Sisters
Bob Spelbrink Siletz
Becky Hatfield-Hyde Paisley
Jill Zarnowitz Yamhill
Information and Education
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
61374 Parrell Rd.
Bend, OR 97702
107 20th Street
La Grande, OR 97850
17330 SE Evelyn Street
Clackamas, OR 97015
4192 N Umpqua Hwy
Roseburg, OR 97470
New to Hunting?
Let ODFW show you how!
- Mourning dove
- Upland Game Bird
- Beginner’s Guide to Sauvie Island Waterfowl Hunting
Find a place to bird hunt at
www.oregonhuntingmap.com — includes map of game bird ranges.
Try one of our outdoor skills workshops! See odfwcalendar.com.
Also click “Articles” on myodfw.com for more resources to help you hunt in Oregon.
Notice to Hunters
In an effort to make these regulations easier to understand, at times simplified language is used. ODFW’s intention is for these summarized regulations to be consistent with the actual language in Oregon Statutes and Administrative Rules, but in the event of an inconsistency the statutes and administrative rules take precedence. The actual wording of relevant Oregon Revised Statutes and Oregon Administrative Rules can be found at: www.odfw.com/oars and www.oregonlaws.org/oregon_revised_statutes.
Violation of state migratory game bird hunting regulations is a violation of federal regulations. Each hunter should consult the actual federal regulations in Title 50 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 20. Also, more restrictive regulations may apply to NWRs open to public hunting. For additional information on federal regulations, contact Resident Agent in Charge, USFWS, 9025 SW Hillman Ct, Suite 3134, Wilsonville, OR 97070; Phone: 503-682-6131.
Support Wildlife — Buy a Habitat Conservation Stamp
Buy an annual stamp to benefit conservation of Oregon’s native species.
Proceeds are used for restoration of the habitats that are home to the state’s fish and wildlife. The Habitat Conservation Stamp is available anywhere fishing and hunting licenses are sold.