I am having difficulty finding clarity on where I can shoot something that moves? HA! More specifically, rabbits, etc. that you can hunt all year long. Some of you know I am quite new and online information doesn't seem to exist. I recently got a Oregon Big Game Hunting Regulations 2019 magazine, thinking I might find information or links. I have looked on ODFW, BLM, USDA forestry, Mount Hood National Forest, etc. I keep being referred elsewhere, like everyone wants to pass the buck. Okay, what's the big secret that I am not getting? Are all of these sites afraid that environmental whacko's will give them a hard time for telling us where we can hunt? So, if I venture on to BLM land, is it a given that I can hunt if there are no prohibitive signage. Really, I wouldn't just assume and fire away! After all, that's why I am starting this thread. I have been a gun owner less than 30 days and rules and regulations are not totally clear! To be honest, it is frustrating as hell! Because I am a new gun owner and lack knowledge about the laws concerning gun use, I sure as heck don't want to receive a citation over firing my gun where it is not allowed! Incidentally, I am taking a gun safety course in March (FYI). Is there a link that spells out where to hunt, because everything is vague as hell! No need to direct me to the ODFW interactive map, as that only refers to very distant locations. I live in Happy Valley, Oregon, and I can't believe that I have to drive 100 miles (slight exaggeration) to shoot at rabbits, crows, deer (only joking--not ready to lose my hunting privileges), squirrels, varmints, etc!