ORDERING PHEASANTS: For safe delivery your order for pheasants must total 30, 60, 90, or 120. You can combine breeds in your order as long as it totals the numbers listed above. If you are buying Pheasants, please check with the Regulatory Agency your state that controls wildlife management. You may need a permit. It would be a good idea to do this before you place your order. Pheasants are available from April thorugh July. Availability will vary by breed. Before ordering pheasants, please check with the Regulatory Agency in your state that controls wildlife management. You may need a permit.
IMPORTANT! - A physical address of the final destination is required on all orders for the health papers that accompany the birds.
You must provide this when booking your order!
IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ!
CANCELLATION POLICY FOR PHEASANTS AND CHUKARS!
We need to know about cancellations by 10 a.m. Thursday before our ship date.
If you have a cancellation after that, we can honor the cancellation of the chicks, but we will still need to charge you for the postage that was created for your order.
THE FOLLOWING STATES REQUIRE PERMITS BEFORE SHIPMENT!
The state of New Hampshire requires the NH Fish and Game Permit number be on the health certificate that is sent with the birds. You will need to provide us with this before the birds can be sent.
The state of West Virginia requires an Importation Permit for all orders. This number has to be on the Health Certificate, which is sent with the birds. You will need to contact the WV Dept. of Ag., Chris Ryan @ 304-558-2771. There is no charge for this permit. You will need to provide us with this before the birds are sent.
The state of Maine now requires that you apply for import permit prior to shipment of Chukars and Pheasants. You will need to contact the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. You must apply for this once your order has been placed. This is necessary for the paperwork that is shipped with the birds. Otherwise they cannot be shipped.
|Chinese Ringneck Pheasants
Brought from China, these beautiful wild birds are delicious to eat and a colorful addition to your yard or farm.
|Melanistic Mutant Pheasant
These originated within feral stock in Europe over 100 years ago. The males are entirely dark with a glossy green and blue shade to them.
|Jumbo Ringneck Pheasant
These beautiful birds are very similar to the Chinese ringnecks in appearance only they are larger.