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The dappled, grayish or reddish Ruffed Grouse is hard to see, but its “drumming on air” display is a fixture of many spring forests. It can come as a surprise to ...

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The dappled, grayish or reddish Ruffed Grouse is hard to see, but its “drumming on air” display is a fixture of many spring forests. It can come as a surprise to ...

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The ruffed grouse (Bonasa umbellus) is a medium-sized grouse occurring in forests from the Appalachian Mountains across Canada to Alaska.

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RANGE Ruffed Grouse (Bonasa umbellus) are the most widely distributed resident game bird in North America, living now or recently in all of the Canadian  ...

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Ruffed Grouse. Bonasa umbellus. 16-19" (41-48 cm). A brown or gray-brown, chicken-like bird with slight crest, fan-shaped, black-banded tail, barred flanks, and ...

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The Ruffed Grouse, although a constant resident in the districts which it frequents , performs partial sorties at the approach of autumn. These are not equal in ...

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May 24, 2010 ... Listen as Macaulay Library Audio Archivist Martha Fischer describes listening to the drum of a male Ruffed Grouse. Learn more about Ruffed ...

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The ruffed grouse is a chicken-sized bird about 16-19 inches in length. It has reddish-brown to gray-brown plumage and a short crest on its head. It has barred  ...

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Information on the physical characteristics, behavior, habitat, and conservation of ruffed grouse.

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Ruffed Grouse. (Genus, species: Bonasa umbellus). The most notable characteristic of the Ruffed Grouse isn't how they looks -- it's how they sound. In the spring ...