About an hour east of Denver, The Bluffs is one of the Colorado’s premier hunting preserves. Birds are not ordered and planted for hunts but instead the club manages and augments sustainable populations of game birds such as Pheasants, Quail, Chukar and Hungarian Partridge. The limited membership hunt on 4,000 acres for birds that seem for the most part pretty wild. I think this is as close as you can get to a wild bird hunt without going on a wild bird hunt. We recently spent a full day hunting The Bluffs and here are the pictures. To keep this from being too big I have split this into two posts so be sure to check out “Part 2“.
Tex waits impatiently for some action.
Tex on point with an Italian Spinone.
Get on em!
Some of Tex’s points could use some work on style, but this one looks good.
This bird is in trouble!
No chance that this bird is going to fly away unscathed . . . . right?
Up to his nostrils in rooster.
Tex is hot, tired and happy!
Be sure check out part 2!
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