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Today, bird hunting in England is synonymous with the pheasant, and around 25 million of them are released there each year.
Americans who hunted pheasants in the United Kingdom sought to bring the birds to these shores for the purpose of sport hunting.
It’s thought that pheasants may have arrived in England in the 11th century, where they decorated the gardens of the wealthy.
More importantly, R&R is a prime example of the successful partnership between private landowners, taxpayers, hunters, and nonprofit organizations that uses pheasant hunting to restore wildlife habitat across the country.
If the undulating prairie grasses speak to you, consider pheasants or other upland birds.
Among the variety of birds, several black cockatoos and the pheasant cuckoo were seen.
A pheasant got up across a ploughed field where in the mild season the young corn was already green.
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So home and found Mr. Hollyard there, and he stayed and dined with us, we having a pheasant to dinner.
The whistle of the quail and the flutter of the perdiz, or pheasant, are heard on all sides in the rural and mountain regions.
The little sad face under the old-fashioned, pheasant-winged hat softened a little.
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