You might try it. I didn't have any luck. You would probably need some heavy cover. I raised chukar one year and tried turning them out of a johnny box one at time, two at a time and three at a time to see how it would work. I found the birds feather pile by late afternoon the same day, every time. After 15 birds, we just set the rest of them and worked them with dogs. They are unbelievable flyers, I can't imagine what it would be like to hunt wild chukar. I live in Kansas, and had good cover. The chukar seemed to go to the highest piece of ground, which was my pond dam, and just present themselves to the hawks. If a guy put enough of them out at once, they might learn from their unfortunate buddies mistakes. Then again, they might spook off onto someone elses property and never be seen again. Good luck and let me know if you strike onto something that works.