The mourning dove season has been extend through October 30 and the bag limit increased to 15 per day.
The canvasback bag limit has been reduced to 1 per day within the overall bag limit for ducks.
The white-fronted goose bag limit has been increased to 10 per day, except in Lake County where it remains 1 per day.
The cackling and Aleutian Canada goose bag limit restrictions in the NW Permit and NW General goose zones have been removed. The bag limit is now 4 Canada geese per day of any type, except for dusky Canada geese which remain at not more than 1 per season in the NW Permit Zone.
White goose (snow and Ross’) and white-fronted goose season structure in Lake and Harney Counties has been modified to allow a late-winter hunt period (January 26 to March 10, 2015). Summer Lake Wildlife Area and Malheur National Wildlife Refuge will be closed during the late-winter hunt period (January 26 – March 10)
The white goose bag limit during the late-winter hunt period in Klamath, Lake, Harney, and Malheur counties is 20 white geese per day. During the early season hunt period (October 11 – December 7, 2014) the white goose bag limit is 6 per day, including Malheur County.
The Canada goose bag limit in the South Coast goose zone has been increased to 6 per day for the entire season (previously only 6 per day during the late-winter hunt period).
The Columbia River State Wildlife Refuge (all lands and waters from the railroad bridge at Celilo upstream to Boardman, OR and between the boundary between Oregon and Washington to the north and the railroad right-of-way to the south) is now open to game bird hunting in its entirety. Previously, only that reach from Arlington to Boardman was open. Hunters should note that hunting on private lands within this refuge requires landowner permission and parks and city limits already closed to hunting remain closed.
See the 2014-15 Oregon Game Bird Regulations for specific information.