Opportunities for a hunter who is wheelchair-bound are quite limited. This is true whether it's a power chair or a manual chair. Handihelp has several pages on a number of different ways to adapt the Deadshot Treepod, which costs around $150, to Four-Wheel-Drive Chairs, regular power chair and Manual Wheelchairs. Still, you must have an accessible area where you can go and hunt.
In northern New York there are now at least two places that are designed especially for hunters who are in wheelchairs. One area is maintained by the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation and the other, while located on the Fort Drum Military Installation, is available for use by disabled civilians as well as military personnel. Both have trails designed for wheelchairs and spots were Portable Blinds can easily be set up.
NYS Department of Environmental Conservation:
Upper and Lower Lakes Wildlife Management Unit:"is a large developed wetland complex lying between the Grasse River and the Oswegatchie River. This 8757 acre area is located 3 miles west of the village of Canton and 12 miles east of the city of Ogdensburg. The village of Rensselear Falls is on the western edge of the WMA, adjacent to the refuge and Indian Creek Nature Center. It is bounded on four sides by public roads: State Route 68, Irish Settlement Road, County Road 14, and County Road 15."*
Two sepatate trails have been constructed of packed stone dust, which creates a solid surface, with each trail leading to two blinds. The DEC will be setting up a couple snow fence blinds in the future, but for now a hunter will need a portable blind. The firm, stable path only extends to the blind site, the terrain is rough and sometimes wet/thick with vegetation and the blind pad is elevated. No one should have any misconceptions about access off from the route and pads. If your disability would prevent you from safely leaving the trail you need a hunting partner to e with you.
"Upper and Lower Lakes WMA features include accessible parking along the county road, a 600 foot long trail suitable for use with mobility devices and an accessible blind for waterfowl viewing and hunting opportunities. The covered blind is painted to blend in with the edge of the cattail marsh, large enough for 2 people and a dog and has a dog door and ramp which a dog can use to retrieve game. The accessible hunting blind is close to the Village of Rensselear Falls. One can get there from US HWY 11, one mile north of Dekalb Junction, turn north west onto County Route 15, and continue on County Route 15 for approximately 5 miles. Accessible parking is on the right hand side of the road."*