Migratory bird hunters in Alaska have numerous opportunities to harvest waterfowl, sandhill cranes, and snipe. The variety of bird species hunted and the diversity of hunting venues are unique to the state. Alaska’s marine and freshwater wetlands produce a fall flight of about 12 million ducks and over one million geese to all four North American flyways and neighboring countries. They also provide vital staging habitat for migrants that breed in Canada and Russia. Approximately 8,800 waterfowl hunters in Alaska can expect to harvest close to 70,000 ducks and 7,000 geese per hunting season.
Here are a few guides to choose from for your amazing hunting experience.