The diversity of Oregon's habitats and terrain offers something for every hunter. From the densely forested Coast Range to the expansive sage steppe of the Great Basin, Oregon is a wonderland of hunting opportunities.
This area extends the eastern flanks of the Cascade Range through the Ochoco Mountains to the beginning of the Great Basin, making it a great place to explore.
The transition from forested foothills of Mt. Hood to the beginnings of the Columbia Basin offers bird hunters an array of wing shooting opportunities.
This vast area covers the Columbia Basin through the Blue, Wallowa and Elkhorn mountains to the Snake River.
The lush northwest corner of Oregon offers world class bird hunting -- from waterfowl hunting on the lower Columbia River to ruffed grouse flushing in the foothills of the Cascades. Opportunities abound close to Oregon's major metropolitan areas.
From the eastern flanks of Crater Lake National Park through ponderosa pine forests to the nationally-renowned Klamath National Wildlife Refuge, there is something for every bird hunter in south central Oregon.
This massive area is a cornucopia of geographic features and prime upland and waterfowl hunting opportunities. It is a gem of Oregon.
Hunting opportunities abound in the densely forested southwest corner of Oregon. From the beautiful, ragged coastline through the Siskiyou Mountains to Crater Lake National Park, there is something for every game bird hunter.
Check waterfowl harvest statistics
Check the waterfowl harvest statistics for several popular wildlife areas.
Find a place to hunt
Finding a place to hunt can be a challenge — even in a state that's 50 percent public land. This map will help you find access for your next hunt.