I'm from New York. A small group of us go to a preserve on Long Island. It's in a town called Sag Harbor. The people running it raise ducks and geese for restaurants. They have a small processing plant on their property. They also raise "wild" duck and pheasant. They run pheasant hunts and release duck hunts on their property. You get 4 hours for the pheasant hunts. The guide has 2 dogs. One for 2 hours then the second for the other 2 hours. When you get done, you have the option of taking your kill or, for a very small fee, taking cleaned, freezer wrapped pheasant. We bring a small cooler. It is a very good time. Since pheasant were not native to Long Island, they work with the state conservation department for stocking the birds.