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Coming the summer of 2006 a Trap Range and a 3D Archery Course. Recheck this site soon for updated information or call the lodge at 402-463-0483
The Hatchery at Bunker Hill Hunting Resort and Shooting Sports Center offers a select assortment of some of the most popular upland game birds in the world. We hatch and grow Ring-necked pheasant, Chukar partridge and Bobwhite quail.
The Hatchery has been producing high quality game birds since 1997 for our resort. The fantastic results we had in hatching some of the most sought-after species convinced us to expand into commercial sales. Bunker Hill’s Hatchery is NPIP approved; along with being a member of the North American Game Association and the Nebraska Game Bird Association.
Bunker Hill has built a reputation for providing top quality game bird hunts, and the hatchery is one of the reasons! That reputation is one of your best assurances that you’ll get only the best birds from our Hatchery…and we’re totally committed to customer satisfaction.
We are confident you’ll find our birds to be of the highest quality! But remember…supplies are limited.
The Hunting Experience
Put on your best duck hunting waders and enjoy this relatively undisturbed landscape of artificial hills and native grasses also became prime wildlife habitat.
Today, Bunker Hill Hunting Resort and Shooting Sports Center — named for these prominent features in the prairie — covers a large portion of the abandoned government facility.
Bunker Hill’s abundant wildlife
We are also fortunate to be bordered by a federal research center covering over 30,000 acres, which offers some of the most spectacular waterfowl migration in the world.
A natural convergence
Bunker Hill is located in the heart of the Central Flyway — the world’s most populated waterfowl migration route — in an area known as the Rainwater Basin.
As a result of lying squarely in the center of a pinch point in the Flyway, the Rainwater Basin becomes temporary home each year to a vast majority of the North American birds migrating over the continent.
Simply put, Bunker Hill offers a hunting experience that’s “front row center” to the largest migration convergence on the globe.