THE ‘ROOST’: New for 2019 and beyond is our 12x60 trailer. Included will be tables and chairs. It also currently has countertop space available for food preparation.
A generator can be made available upon request.
A portable toilet is also available on site.
COVER: Our game farm also serves as a working farm with a variety of crop coverage.
We have made some changes to our cover for this coming year by adding additional sorghum strips and specialized "pheasant cover" grasses to enhance your hunting experience.
Click the arrow above to play a special trailer shot in the spring of March 2014.
PARTNERSHIPS: Bird's Eye View Game Farm values our youth. Through an initial partnership with the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters and their youth mentoring program, we have welcomed, and continue to welcome, new and apprentice hunters. Hunter education and safety are paramount followed by a love for the outdoors and an introduction to upland game bird hunting.
In 2015, we were honoured to be featured as a complete episode on Angler and Hunter Television.
The television program aired the week of February 12-15th, 2015. It is "Episode 7" if you are on Angler and Hunter Television's Website. Special mention goes to Mike Miller of Angler and Hunter Television, the crew of Angler and Hunter Television, our guides Victor and Tania Haisma, (and Argo) and especially the new youth hunters.
Begun as a hobby in 2001 with 100 ring-necked pheasants, Bird's Eye View Pheasant Farm and Hunting Preserve is in its 21st year as a registered game farm under the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. We have expanded our list of birds to include:
Bob-White Quail (available with 2 weeks advance notice).
ONTARIO FEDERATION OF ANGLERS AND HUNTERS YOUTH HUNT In October of 2012, Bird's Eye View Game Farm was proud to sponsor and host the 1st annual Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) mentored youth hunt. We were subsequently honoured to be featured on Angler and Hunter Television in their 2013 season finale episode (Episode 13) entitled "WHEN I WAS A KID". A link to the episode can be found on the OFAH TV link below: (Minutes 4:39 to 10:05)