Road Kill Record Book Trophy Entry Categories

Big Game
Deer, Elk, Moose, Bear, Caribou, Muskox, Mountain Goat, Wild Sheep, Antelope, Buffalo,  Alligator, Wild Boar, Peccary, Javelina,

Game Birds
Turkey, Pheasants, Ducks, Geese, Crows, Quail, Partridge, Grouse, Northern Tundra Swans, Prairie Chickens

Small Game & Furbearers
Rabbits, Raccoons, Squirrels, Armadillo, Badger, Beaver, Muskrat, Mink, Nutria, Possum, Otter, Porcupine, Pine Marten, Prairie Dogs, Skunks, Weasels, Ferrets

Predators
Bobcat, Lynx, Coyote, Mountain Lion, Fox, Ocelot, Wolf

Protected Species**
Bald Eagle, Red Tail Hawk, Owl, Heron, Trumpeter Swans, etc.

Ultimate Road Kill Record Book Club North American Slam*

Our highest honor for the Ultimate Road Kill Hunter

We recognize that not all Road Kill Record Book Club Hunters will be able to travel to Canada or Alaska in quest of Polar Bear or Alaska-Yukon Moose, etc.  Nor will all Canadians be able to travel to the U.S. to find some critters that are indigenous only to the Lower 48...American Elk, Coues Deer, etc.  To level the playing field we’ve made a number of generous allowances for equitable substitutions for the Ultimate  Road Kill Record Book Club North American Slam critter list, (our own version of the “North American Super Slam”.)  Required animals for the Super Slam are as follows:

• Alaskan Brown Bear
• Black Bear
• Grizzly Bear
• Polar Bear
• Bison
• Barren Ground Caribou
• Central Canada Barren Ground Caribou
• Mountain Caribou
• Quebec-Labrador Caribou
• Woodland Caribou
• Mountain Lion
• Columbia Blacktail Deer
• Sitka Blacktail Deer
• Coues Deer
• Mule Deer
• Whitetail deer
• Roosevelt’s Elk
• American Elk
• Rocky Mountain Goat
• Alaskan-Yukon Moose
• Canada Moose
• Shira's Moose
• Muskox
• Pronghorn Antelope
• Bighorn Sheep
• Dall Sheep
• Desert Bighorn Sheep
• Stone Sheep

Using the Super Slam list as a starting point, Road Kill Record Book Club members in the U.S. and Canada may make the following substitutions for the Ultimate North American Slam.  And remember, all critters, MUST BE BONAFIDE PICKED UP ROAD KILL AND NOT INTENTIONALLY TAKEN BY VEHICLE.

* Canadian members may substitute a Grand Slam of North American Grouse, (10 ), including Sage Grouse, Sharptail Grouse, Prairie Chicken,  (both Lesser & Greater),  Willow Ptarmigan, White-Tailed Ptarmigan, Ruffed Grouse, Spruce Grouse, Blue Grouse, Rock Ptarmigan, plus the following goose species; Canada, (Giant or Lesser), Snow Goose, Blue Goose, Cackler, White Front or Specklebelly, one Cormorant and one wolf, for the following species:

Coues Deer                                   
Shira’s Moose
American Elk
Desert Big Horn Sheep
Polar Bear
Alaskan Brown Bear           
Columbia Black Tail

*  American members may substitute a Grand Slam of North American Turkeys, (4), including Eastern, Merriam, Osceola and Rio Grande, and a Grand Slam of North American Grouse, including Sage Grouse, Sharptail Grouse, Prairie Chicken,  (both lesser & greater),  Willow Ptarmigan, White-Tailed Ptarmigan, Ruffed Grouse, Spruce Grouse, Blue Grouse, Rock Ptarmigan, plus a Hungarian Partridge, a Bobwhite, Blue, Mearns and California Quail, a Ringneck Pheasant, one Pileated Woodpecker and one wolf, for the following species:

Alaska Brown Bear
Canada Moose
Polar Bear
Alaska-Yukon Moose
Muskox
Stone Sheep
Barren ground caribou
Central Canada Barren Ground Caribou
Mountain caribou
Quebec-Labrador caribou
Woodland caribou

** In most states certain species of  road kill must be reported to the local Department of Natural Resources or Game & Fish Department before you can remove it.  You may, or may not be allowed to pick up some road kill, i.e. Bald Eagles.  Always check your local laws prior to removing road kill from the side of the road, (no matter what your in-laws tell you).  Remember, the taking of even a nice fresh venison backstrap for lunch is considered “removing” road kill in many states.

Let’s Be Careful Out There!

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