Be sure to check hunting regulations.
Use Respect - Ask First. Please check with landowners before using their land. Be sure to read the specific site information and access rules before heading out. Landowner contact information is provided where permission is required.
The information on pheasant release sites may change including maps and restrictions. Please check back prior to hunting season.
Pheasants will be released across provincial pheasant release sites at random times throughout the week.
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Don't forget to fill out our Pheasant Release Survey. We read every single one so we can learn from hunters and continue to improve the program.
Capital Power Pheasant Release Site
Hunters are reminded that access to Capital Power's private land is a privilege and to use respect at all times. Pick up and pack out ALL garbage and spent shells, and refrain from cleaning birds at release properties. We rely on hunters respect for the resource and enjoyment of the Provincial Pheasant Release Program to keep the sites open.
Failure to use respect by leaving garbage behind will result in the closure of the Capital Power Pheasant Release Site.
Disclaimer: Marker locations are approximate. For absolutely accurate locations, please review a county map.
Releases in progress.
This hunting site is in partnership with Capital Power and Hunting for Tomorrow. This site is Private Property owned by Capital Power. All hunters must register online at https://www.cphuntingregistration.com before accessing this Pheasant Release Site. Anyone accessing this site without a permit will be charged with Trespassing. Capital Power has generously agreed to provide these lands as a Pheasant Release Site for Albertans to enjoy. Please use respect when accessing this, and all other pheasant release sites in the province. Designated parking sites will be in SW 28-050-3-W5M (on the north side of Twp Rd 504), and in SW 16-050-3-W5M (on the north side of Twp Rd 502).Register for Permit
Hunters are reminded to use respect at all times, remembering to adhere to all landowner requests. Close gates, hunt on foot, keep vehicles in designated parking lots and trails, pick up all garbage and spent shells, and advise landowners of any livestock or fencing issues you may encounter. Refrain from cleaning birds at release properties, and remember that fires are not allowed on release properties.
Part of NW 21-050-3-W5M, SW 21-050-3-W5M, NW 16-050-3-W5M, and part of SW 16-050-3-W5M
Sep 01 - Oct 29