sharp-tailed grouse

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sharp-tailed grouse

 (shärp′tāld′)
n.
A grouse (Tympanuchus phasianellus) of northern North America, having a short pointed tail, mottled brown plumage, and dark V-shaped breast markings.
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Noun1.sharp-tailed grouse - large grouse of prairies and open forests of western North Americasharp-tailed grouse - large grouse of prairies and open forests of western North America
grouse - popular game bird having a plump body and feathered legs and feet
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When I moved to Montana lo, these many years ago, I was told by just about everyone who ostensibly knew what they were talking about that 1 needed big-running dogs to hunt prairie birds like Huns and sharptailed grouse.
Sharptailed grouse and sage grouse, historically two of the most abundant native birds here, face cloudy futures.
Similarly, Sharptailed Grouse (Tympanuchus phasianellus), Ruffed Grouse (Bonasa umbellus), and Prairie Grouse (Tympanuchus cupido) in North America showed synchronous [sim]10-yr cycles (Keith 1963).
It's an uplander's paradise: The steep slopes and ravines are home to sharptailed grouse, while the dense cover surrounding adjacent farmland shelters pheasant and Hungarian partridge.
Gosch's Cir Conn (Cedar) is an amazing bird dog who has already pointed several pheasants and sharptailed grouse.
Filled with the excitement of flushing birds and shotgun blasts, she charged down a coulee pushing Hungarian partridge and sharptailed grouse into the volleys of the two blockers we had posted on the escape route.
You can bump barred prairie chickens and flickering sharptailed grouse in Nebraska's shimmering prairie sandhills.
When Snell answered his cell phone last October for this interview, he was hunting sharptailed grouse and Hungarian partridge in Montana--and testing some new GPS collars.
Clyde and I were going hunting for sharptailed grouse and we'd see just how well his breeding and my training had worked and what sort of hunting dog he might become.
This is almost too easy," Ben Ross said to his brother Bob after shooting two sharptailed grouse from a flock of 15 or so birds pointed by Bob's German wirehair and flushed by his own yellow Labrador.