It is also known as the "Battle Born State", because it achieved statehood during the Civil War; "Sagebrush State", for the native eponymous plant; and "Sage hen
State." Nevada is largely desert and semiarid, with much of it located within the Great Basin.
From sauces and marinades to rubs, brines, and relishes, "The Everything Wild Game Cookbook" is a complete culinary reference and covers fish (both saltwater and fresh water), big game (elk deer, antelope, caribou and moose, wild pig, and boar, javelina, buffalo, bear, mountain goat and sheep), small game (rabbit, hare, squirrel, raccoon, woodchuck, beaver, opossum and muskrat), game birds (pheasant, quail, partridge, prairie chicken, ptarmigan, grouse, sage hen
, woodcok, snipe, rail, piegeons, dove, wild duck, wild goose, wild turkey), as well as "trimmings" and desserts.
Then turn right on NW 43rd Street for 1.9 miles to a T-shaped junction, turn left on NW Chinook Avenue for 1.1 mile, turn left on Badger Road for 1.5 miles, turn right onto paved Sage Hen
Road for 1.3 miles to a T-shaped junction, turn left on gravel Quail Road for 0.4 mile, and finally fork to the right on gravel River Road for 1 mile to the trailhead parking area on the left.