Bag Limit: No LimitNote: The use of .269 caliber or smaller for the take of coyotes, foxes, raccoons, and opossums at night is permitted. Nighttime take with centerfire rifles is prohibited on all state parks and recreation areas statewide, and all state game areas within the limited firearm deer zone.
Season Dates: Oct 20 - Nov 14
Bag Limit: 5 (daily), 10 (possession)
Notes: Quail may be harvested only by field trial participants in the Highland and Ionia Recreation Area field trial areas on days with authorized field trials. Contact the area headquarters for field trial dates.
Notes: Shotguns must be plugged so they are capable of holding no more than three shells. All woodcock hunters must obtain a free woodcock stamp in addition to a valid base license, available from all license agents or online. The woodcock stamp includes registration with the federal Migratory Bird Harvest Information Program (HIP). A current-year HIP endorsement must be carried when hunting migratory birds. Hunters can promote sound woodcock management by promptly reporting all banded birds harvested, including date and location taken. To report bands, go online to www.reportband.gov, or call 800-327-BAND.
Coyote, Opossum, Porcupine, Weasel, Red Squirrel,
Skunk, Ground Squirrel, Woodchuck, Feral Swine,
Feral Pigeons, Starlings, and House Sparrows
Season Dates: Year-round
Bag Limit: No Limit
Notes: Please see Chapter VII of the Wildlife Conservation Order for more information on hunting State Parks and Recreation Areas.