sage grouse and sharp-tailed grouse are becoming extinct, both in Wyoming and North Dakota.
The sage grouse, or sage hen is the largest of the grouse of America, some of the males weighing as much as seven pounds.
sage grouse and Columbian sharp-tailed grouse are so nearly extinct that it may practically be said that they are extinct.
A peculiarity of the sage grouse is that it has no gizzard, but instead it has a stomach more like that of an animal.
Sheridan and Johnson Counties (Wyoming) have sage grouse protected until 1915.
Now there is not a deer, an antelope, or a sage grouse within fifty miles of that lifeless waste.
sage grouse and sharp-tailed grouse; nearly all the shore birds.
With the exception of the sage grouse, this species is the largest of the family, being about 20 inches in length.
If they were sage grouse, I might not get near enough to them to shoot sure with my one arrow.