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Grouse Hunting Tips2

Ruffed Grouse are the king of all game birds, and sometimes (most of the time) the most challenging. So here are a few tips and techniques that you can try that work well. 456 more words

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TIPS for Hunting Grouse Without a Dog + video

Ruffed grouse (colloquially called partridge) are the premier upland game bird of northern New England and are both delicious and incredibly difficult to hunt. They often dwell in the kind of thick, previously logged, new-growth forest habitat that is nearly impossible to walk through and offers a wall of brushy cover that can make spotting and hitting birds a tall order. 1,071 more words

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A Grouse in Kananaskis

This bird was teasing seeds on the roadside in the Peter Lougheed Provincial Park in Kananaskis.  It continued on as I got close to the ground and photographed it at eye level.


Grousing Around - Winter Fare and Organic Birds!!

Christmas seems a distant memory and January is almost over, its been an absolutely manic month and minimal time has been spent in the kitchen. I’ve been toying with the idea of trying some new proteins, and some I have not had for many years. 1,005 more words

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Grouse Fricot

Adapted from the cookbook Traditional Recipes of Atlantic Canada, this Acadian dish is a popular part of traditional New Brunswick cuisine. Fricot is basically a stew comprising potatoes, vegetables, savory and any available fish or meat, in this case ruffed grouse. 246 more words

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Shogun Selection For Shooting High Birds - Courtesy of Field Sports Magazine and Chris Batha

English-built side-by-side shotguns have a proven pedigree. Classics which have stood the test of time and handle as beautifully as they look… but they weren’t designed with 60-yard pheasants in mind. 839 more words

UK Country Pursuits

Brecon Beacons landscape photography diary..10th January Llanthony Valley walking route 3

Walk No3 A Dance Around Twmpa

A Capel Y Ffin circular and the last walk in the llanthony Valley. A short walk just to mop up a few troublesome hills to complete the Ffwaddog Ridge and almost finish the Hatterrall Ridge. 78 more words