This is one easy way to field dress a pheasant.
The age-old adage “there’s more than one way to skin a cat” is equally true for all game animals. There are dozens of ways to clean and prepare game animals; including pheasants.
At the end of the day, the end-goal is the same: getting as much meat from the animal as quickly and effortlessly as possible (and for some people, as tidy as possible). British YouTube user MCQBushcraft demonstrates in this video a quick way to field dress a pheasant which maximizes the amount of meat preserved.
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There are a variety of species of pheasants throughout the world. The pheasant in this video is likely a ring-necked pheasant (also called the common pheasant in some regions) which is one of the most commonly hunted birds in the world. They are commonly hunted in large part due to the quality of their meat. If you’ve never had a slow roasted pheasant, then you are missing out. Pheasant meat is simply delicious!
What is your favorite way to field dress a pheasant? Share your method in the comment section below.