Your screen is to small to play this fun online game.
Determine the height and the power of your shot and shoot the birds before they poop on you. Don't hit the sparrow. When the birds have shit 6 times on you, the fun bird hunting game is over. Have Fun!
Do you have few minutes on hand, and want to something fun, and do you also enjoy to play a fun online game? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play the free Bird Hunting game online right now.
Use your arrow keys to play this upland bird hunting game. Click spacebar to shoot.
According to WikiPedia upland hunting is an American term for a form of bird hunting in which the hunter pursues upland birds including quail, pheasant, grouse, woodcock, prairie chicken, chukar, grey partridge, and others. Upland birds tend to be found on the ground in heavy cover, so hunters generally employ the use of gun dogs to locate and retrieve game. The average group consists of 2-4 hunters with 1-2 dogs. Normally, if there is one dog the owner usually handles the dog while the others focus on shooting. Pheasant hunting, the most popular form of upland hunting takes place primarily in open fields which provides cover for birds. Depending upon their method of work, some dogs point game and some flush game. When flushed, either by the hunter or the dog, the hunter then attempts to shoot the birds on the wing. This is also known as wingshooting. Upland hunters use all types of shotguns from break-breach guns to semi-automatics, and .410 bore through 12 gauge. The quintessential shotgun for upland hunting is a double barrel shotgun in a smaller gauge such as a 16, 20 or 28 gauge. Upland guns can be extremely valuable, often commanding many thousands of dollars.
According to OutdoorHub.com bird hunting with bow and arrow is certainly not an activity for everyone. You might have heard that a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. And surely if you want that bird in the bush to be in your hand, your chances are certainly better if you are planning to shoot the bird with a 12 gauge and #8s. Accurate wingshooting of flying birds with a bow requires being ready to draw, shoot, and release quickly and with centered concentration. By far the best way to wingshoot birds with a bow is with a pointing dog. You can get prepared, walk up slowly, flush the birds, and the shots are close, only 10 to 15 yards. When you bag a bird on the wing with a bow, you feel connected to the long line of archers that have hunted with a bow for thousands of years.