Right in the height of the prairie chicken season too, and those other fellows, three of them, off bagging every bit of the game!
The prairie chicken has disappeared from the prairies and plains.
The prairie cock is known to western sportsmen as "prairie chicken;" it is a species of grouse.
Their shoot was productive of a splendid bag––prairie chicken and geese.
Another bird sure to interest the sportsman is the Patagonian prairie chicken known as the tinamou.
Wild ducks, geese, and swans haunt the lakes and rivers, while on the prairies are flocks of prairie chicken.
We have had an abundance of game, too—all kinds of grouse and prairie chicken, and the men killed one antelope.
They found that dried peas were just as good as shot for prairie chicken, quail and pigeons, so always hunted them with these.
The prairie chicken has entirely disappeared from this locality.
The Columbian sharp-tailed grouse is the "prairie chicken" of eastern Washington.