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Law was a sort of cock-fight, in which it was the business of injured honesty to get a game bird with the best pluck and the strongest spurs.
The voyageurs or boatmen were the rank and file in the service of the trader, and even the hardy "men of the north," those great rufflers and game birds, were fain to be paddled from point to point of their migrations.
"No," replied Tarzan; "the game hereabout is timid, nor do I care particularly about hunting game birds or antelope.
There was no one part of it better than another; it was all desolate and rocky; nothing living on it but game birds which I lacked the means to kill, and the gulls which haunted the outlying rocks in a prodigious number.
To another question, he said the hunting period for partridge (a game bird) was over whereas the shooting period for ducks would end this week.
"There is one clear motive for such a barbaric act, with gamekeepers routinely eradicating natural predators of red grouse to increase game bird populations for shooting parties.
The university's present lease with controversial game bird shooting organisation Bettws Hall is set to expire in February 2019.
Game bird insulated bottle, PS25, Emma Bridgewater.co.uk We're game for this bird lover's bottle.
As spring turkey hunters head into the field this May, they can help DEC track another game bird, the ruffed grouse.
"Game bird shooting is a legal sport and brings jobs to the local economy.