Pima County Guide

Guide created on 2017-11-06


County Exceptions

Band-tailed pigeon

Dates:
Sep 2 - Sep 15
License:
hunting license plus an Arizona Migratory Bird Stamp plus online Band-tailed Pigeon registration
Bag Limit:
2
When Hour:
One half hour before Sunrise until Sunset
Possession Limit:
6
Special:
If a youth (ages 10-17) is participating in a General Hunt, he/she does not need to purchase an Arizona Migratory Bird Stamp, as the stamp is included with the Youth Combo Hunt/Fish license. The Grand Canyon-Parashant, Vermillion Cliffs, Sonoran Desert, Ironwood Forest, and Agua Fria National Monuments are open to hunting.

Not permitted

Dates:
Open All year
Special:
in County Parks within 1/4 mile of any developed picnic area, developed camp ground, shooting range, occupied building, boat ramp, or golf course. Developed areas do not include trails
License:
Required

Required

Dates:
Open All year

Dates:
All year

Activities Available

Game Bird Hunting

Methods Available

Bow And Arrow
Motor-vehicle Restrictions
Falconry Not Permitted
Falconry
Weapon
Watercraft Restrictions
Decoys, Calls And Baiting
Closed
Not Permitted
Shotgun, Bow And Arrow, Or Crossbow As Prescribed In R12-4-304
Crossbow

State-wide Species Available

Band-tailed Pigeon
Bandtailed Pigeon
Common Moorhens
Coots
Dove
Duck
Eurasian Collared Dove
Geese
Ground Dove
Inca Dove
Mourning Dove
Snipe
White-winged Dove

Always check your state's official documentation. See our list of state regulations.