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The bulk of the economic damage inflicted by cats cataloged in Leroy’s analysis comes from their impact on native biodiversity and resulting losses in spending on birdwatching and hunting birds like ducks, pheasants and grouse.
A graduate student at Western Colorado University is classifying photos to determine whether there’s a significant difference in the number of Gunnison sage grouse at the restored sites compared with adjacent untreated areas.
Meanwhile, the area’s public land managers wanted to restore streams to help at-risk wildlife species like the Gunnison sage grouse, once prolific across sagebrush country.
A portion of my romance-loving friends groused about the casting.
They groused that Jefferson had won the election only because the Constitution inflated the power of his Southern base through the notorious three-fifths clause that helped allocate electoral votes.
Hundreds of animal and plant species call prairies home — prairie dogs, bison, ferrets, birds such as grouse, plants such as prairie clover and cone flowers, and many, many more.
The gallinaceous birds include the large blue grouse of the coast, replaced in the Rocky Mountains by the dusky grouse.
Inside of Woodcock's wing,—body orange coloured silk neatly ribbed,—hackle from a grouse for legs.
Finding that Regis Brugiere paid little attention to the grouse so carefully pointed, Jim resolved to hunt on his own account.
BLAZED TRAIL STORIESSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
That Chink of mine is having a holiday with my shotgun, trying to bag a brace of grouse for dinner.
THE HIDDEN PLACESBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR

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