Montana Bird Hunting Property For Sale offers a variety of options for buyers. South-Central Montana boasts some of the best and most exciting upland bird hunting anywhere in the nation. Montana has a long upland bird season running September 1 through January 1, with generous limits. The birds are all wild and in the early season the most abundant birds are the native sharptail, hun, and sage grouse.
Pheasant season starts mid October. Pheasants are found in many parts of the state, with the central and the eastern part of the state being the predominant areas.
With over 147,000 square miles, and two different flyways to choose from there are numerous areas to hunt ducks, geese and trumpeter swans in the great state of Montana.
Absolutely the potential for some of the best whitetail hunting can be found on the Milk River. The Milk River 206 acre property consists of approximately half mile of Milk River Frontage. Years of conversation and care by the owner has created the ideal whitetail deer habitat with room for upland game birds, waterfowl, and wild turkeys. Fishing is convenient with direct access to the Milk River. Property consists of 206 +/- deeded acres, 165 acres +/- of those are flood irrigated with ditch rights from the Harlem Irrigation District. Fields are in the process of being turned over and the majority of the irrigation ditches are flat bottomed with culverts and gated pipe for easy irrigating. This property would make an excellent hay base or winter pasture with plenty of cover and wind break for livestock. Power is on South side of property, which makes ideal place for a cabin. The property can be accessed year-around from a well-maintained graveled county road. MLS# 344892
Property Area: 12M - Other Montana Counties
Nearest City: Harlem