The splendid sage grouse and the sharp-tailed grouse are greatly reduced in numbers.
The Columbian sharp-tailed grouse is the "prairie chicken" of eastern Washington.
Sage grouse and sharp-tailed grouse are becoming extinct, both in Wyoming and North Dakota.
For example, the pinnated grouse and sharp-tailed grouse are more plentiful than in 15 years.
Sage grouse and Columbian sharp-tailed grouse are so nearly extinct that it may practically be said that they are extinct.
During the course of the forenoon he and Bell went off again, and brought home an old and young of the sharp-tailed grouse.
"The drumming of that sharp-tailed grouse is like that of the pheasants of old Virginia," responded Lewis.
The sharp-tailed grouse feeds on rose-berries and the seeds of the wild sunflower and grasshoppers.
Sage grouse and sharp-tailed grouse; nearly all the shore birds.
The sharp-tailed grouse are first-rate eating now, as they feed entirely on grasshoppers, and berries of different kinds.