If you are looking for wing shooting at it’s best, then a fall trip to North Dakota is in order. You can be the first to hunt the huge flocks of geese, ducks and sandhill cranes as the cross the Canadian border en route to their wintering grounds far to the South.
This region of the country is comprised of vast rolling planes covered with small grain crops that attract wild fowl in great variety. This region is also home to several species of upland game birds with excellent populations just waiting for the avid wing shooter. North Dakota farmers welcome thousands of bird hunters each fall.