|Idaho Falls Chukars|
Founded in 1940
Idaho Falls, Idaho
|Minor league affiliations|
|Class||Independent (from 2021)|
|League||Pioneer League (1940–1942, 1946–present)|
|Major league affiliations|
|Team||Independent (from 2021)|
|Minor league titles|
|League titles (8)|
|Division titles (8)|
|Name||Idaho Falls Chukars (2004–present)|
|Colors||Burgundy, silver, black|
|Mascot||Charlie the Chukar|
|Ballpark||Melaleuca Field (2007–present)|
|McDermott Field (1978–2006)|
|Elmore Sports Group|
|General Manager||Kevin Greene|
The Idaho Falls Chukars are an independent baseball team of the Pioneer League, which is not affiliated with Major League Baseball (MLB) but is an MLB Partner League. They are located in Idaho Falls, Idaho, and play their home games at Melaleuca Field.
They adopted the name the Chukars following a fan vote when the major league affiliation changed after the 2003 season. A chukar is a game bird found in the region. The Chukars are the only professional sports team in Eastern Idaho.
In conjunction with a contraction of Minor League Baseball in 2021, the Pioneer League, of which the Chukars have been members since 1940, was converted from an MLB-affiliated Rookie Advanced league to an independent baseball league and granted status as an MLB Partner League, with Idaho Falls continuing as members.