Klamath County is often on a bird hunter’s “places to hunt before I die” list. Located in the heart of the Pacific Flyway where it’s common for millions of ducks, geese and swans to migrate through every year. Our many wetlands, grasslands, and refuges provide ample habitat for these birds. Hunting season typically runs from early October through late January for ducks and geese Klamath County is home to 17 different duck species, 4 goose species, mountain and valley quail, pheasant, chuckar, and turkeys. The water-fowling experience combines silence and calmness, adrenaline rushing, varying weather conditions and beautiful scenery. It’s infectious – you’ll want to share it with your family and friends.