Birds Unlimited Hunting Club
of Long Island
was founded over a decade ago to offer its members and guests a unique and close-to-home upland hunting experience. With over 200 acres of planted farm fields and woodlands, we offer sportsmen an opportunity to hunt in truly varied environments while our heated clubhouse provides a comfortable and warm place to rest, have lunch or simply relax after a great day afield.

Our two distinct and separate hunting properties are located in Manorville, NY, only minutes from Long Island Expressway exit 69. The terrain at each location is flat and easy to negotiate, making our lands an excellent choice for hunters of all ages. Each parcel consists of farmed fields, woods and swamps typical of Long Island's East End Pine Barrens habitat. Feed crops are planted to help hold and feed pheasant and chukar, promoting vigorous birds worthy of your hunting efforts. We also strive to provide a natural and safe habitat for other game animals including rabbits and ducks. Indeed, our varied terrain allows for a sporty mixed bag of Long Island hunting.




Birds Unlimited of Long Island offers both walk-up hunts and scheduled tower shoots for a well rounded hunting experience. Non-members may book either style of hunt by calling 631-972-5575, Monday through Friday.

Walk-up hunts may be scheduled for a half day or full day afield. For an additional fee you can hire one of our guide and dog teams to ensure the ultimate hunting experience. Please read our “Rates and Services” for information regarding hunting and fees.

We are currently accepting applications for a limited number of new memberships. You'll find our club is friendly, active and filled with knowledgeable and courteous hunters that can help you get more out of every day spent afield. Members also enjoy significant discounts when hunting on club lands. We keep our club capped at 55 members to ensure a friendly and low-pressure hunting environment. It's a formula that has worked well for nearly a quarter of a century and we're sure you'll agree it helps build a tradition of camaraderie that is hard to find in larger clubs.