CALIFORNIA. -- The California Department of Fish and Game is announcing that pheasant hunting will begin on November 10th.
The department will offer several Monday pheasant hunting days for Californians in the northern state wildlife areas. The length of the season stays the same this year. Hunters will be able to go for 44 consecutive days for the general season, and 60 days for archery season.
Here's a look at the dates wildlife areas are open for pheasant hunting:
For Type A wildlife areas in the Sacramento Valley hunting will be open on Saturdays, Sundays, Wednesday and the first Monday (November 12th). The Grizzly Island Wildlife Area will be open for people on Saturdays, Sundays, Wednesdays and the second Monday (November 19th) for pheasant season.
Type A wildlife areas in the San Joaquin Valley area are going to be open on Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays during the season. The Kesterson National Wildlife Refuge will also be open for pheasant hunting on the first Monday (Nov. 12th) of the open season.
The Wister Unit of Imperial Wildlife Area and San Jacinto Wildlife area will be closed this year.
Type C wildlife areas will remain the same.