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Wisconsin Falconry Season

Here are the Falconry season dates for various species in Wisconsin:

  • Rail (Virginia, Sora), Snipe, Common Gallinule, and Early Teal:

    • September 1 – December 16
    • Timings: 30 minutes before sunrise until sunset
  • Ducks, Mergansers, and Coots:

    • September 17 and 18; January 13 – February 17, 2023
    • Zones: All Zones
    • Timings: 30 minutes before sunrise until sunset
    • October 1 – 9
    • Zone: South Zone
    • Timings: 30 minutes before sunrise until sunset
    • October 15 – December 4
    • Timings: 30 minutes before sunrise until sunset
    • October 15 – December 13
    • Zone: Open Water Zone
    • Timings: 30 minutes before sunrise until sunset
    • September 24 – November 22
    • Zone: North Zone
    • Timings: 30 minutes before sunrise until sunset
  • Geese:

    • Similar to the regular statewide season
    • Timings: 30 minutes before sunrise until sunset

Please note that there is a daily bag restriction of three migratory game birds, except for Canada geese, where the maximum number allowed depends on your hunting area during the shooting season. Additionally, the maximum number of bags an individual may hold at any one time is three times the daily limit. Make sure to hunt within the specified dates and follow all regulations for falconry hunting.

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