Shooting Preserves and Dog Training Area
A dog training
area permit ($50.00) is required to designate an area to allow dog training and
shooting of captive-reared bobwhite quail year round.
The dog training
area must be a mowed area of at least 10 acres, and no greater than 75 acres,
with less than 10% in grain or food plots.
preserve permit ($150.00) is required to operate a business in which animals are
held or propagated in captivity and released to be taken by hunters.
hundred (100) or fewer
bobwhite quail may be possessed for personal use without a captive wildlife
permit, provided the birds are not propagated or sold.
Proof of purchase shall be retained as permission to possess.
A transportation permit must be obtained from KDFWR before bobwhite quail
are imported into
bobwhite quail may be taken year-round on a dog training area and August 15 –
April 15 on a shooting preserve.
keeping and boundary signage required for dog training areas (sign every 150’)
and shooting preserves (sign every 500’).
Chukar may be taken year-round as an exotic species and do not require a captive
wildlife permit. However, a
transportation permit must be obtained prior to importation of these birds into