As our “Early Season” pricing has ended as of May 31st for the 2021-2022 Bird Card Membership, our “Regular Season” tier pricing will resume. 

Our application is available at:  http://www.hihp.com/2021-2022-season-application/

WE ARE EXPERIENCING AN UNUSUALLY HIGH DEMAND for bird cards for the 2021-2022 Season.  If this trend continues, we will very likely need to close our membership, prior to the mid-September opening of the pheasant season.  This year we are processing memberships on a first come, first accepted basis, for existing members who PAY THEIR CARDS IN FULL.  Although you are still welcome to make a deposit toward your card, ONLY FULLY PAID cards will guarantee you a spot for the coming season.  After processing existing members’ applications we will move on to new members – anyone who was not a member last season.  Closing our membership this early and having to prioritize whose membership we will be able to accommodate is a departure from our past practice and is due to the unusually heavy demand

We will still honor our long-time “refund for any reason before September 30th policy”, whether you have made a deposit or have paid your card in full.  But remember, only fully paid cards will guarantee you a spot for the coming season.

Please know that we will continue to only allow 125 people in our fields, at any one time.  We have already arranged to purchase additional pheasants for the coming season.  We intend to continue to operate the Club in the same manner, as we have for decades and will continue to strive to provide you with the best hunting experience possible.

Please feel free to call the Club Office at (707) 678-3325 for further information.



We are fortunate that our business is designed to provide you with outdoor recreation, exercise and fresh food that you harvest during your hunt. In order for our business to remain open and available to you, we ask that you follow all State and County COVID-related guidelines.

When visiting the Club, we ask that you:

Please wear a face covering whenever indoors, and or around others not in your group.

Please maintain physical distancing, always, especially in the Clubhouse.

Please limit congregating with anyone outside of your immediate group/family. We offer plenty of open space, so it shouldn’t be too difficult.

To allow other club members use of the Clubhouse, please observe and limit your time.

The Coffee Shop is closed during the off-season. Unless you have arranged for a special event, you are welcome to bring a picnic lunch and eat outdoors in our picnic area, and or occupy any of the open tables available on our covered front porch.  We also offer vending machines with drinks and small snacks.

We currently do not allow overnight camping.

PLEASE DO NOT VISIT THE CLUB, If you are feeling ill,  and or if you’ve been around anyone who is, or was ill.

Club Staff will be limiting the number of persons visiting the Clubhouse at any given time. Please follow their direction they are simply trying to keep our club members, and themselves as safe as possible.  Kindly help us all do our part, and we appreciate your understanding.  Not doing so will be a great way for you to have the opportunity to hunt elsewhere in the future.

Thank you, and we appreciate your cooperation.

Established for the 1968-1969 hunting season, Hastings Island Hunting Preserve is a State licensed, Zone B, pheasant club located 70 miles east of San Francisco and 35 miles southwest of Sacramento. Nestled in California’s Sacramento / San Joaquin Delta on Hastings Island, this private ranch contains an expansive 4,700 acres, with over 800 acres dedicated solely to prime upland bird cover. The balance of this family farming operation is occupied by Hastings Island Land Company, which provides a rich habitat of Delta irrigated alfalfa, corn, wheat and safflower.

Hastings Island is surrounded by river on all sides, providing you with a variety of hunting, fishing and outdoor recreational opportunities. There are activities to keep you and your family busy throughout the year. We have dog training, fishing, trapshooting, and picnicking available to our members and their families. During the spring and summer, several local dog clubs host field events.

Hunter Safety Courses, along with introductory orientation sessions are offered to familiarize new members to the Club.  We encourage and enjoy family participation which support our Junior hunters, by offering activities and safety classes.  Our personable and seasoned staff are dedicated to insuring your success.  Please call for an appointment to meet us, tour our operations, and or ask any questions not covered in our Rules and Regulations. Pheasant-Side2.