Information about the Ruffed Grouse:
The Ruffed Grouse is a small, mostly ground-dwelling bird native to the woodlands from the Appalachian Mountains across Canada to Alaska. They are stout, chunky birds and come in two distinct color phases; grey and brown. They usually weigh about a pound to a little over a pound and a half (450-750 grams) with a wingspan of 20-25 inches (50-64 centimeters). The are omnivorous, feeding on various plant matter such as berries, seeds, buds, leaves and insects. They are extremely popular for hunters, and thousands are taken each year during hunting season. The hunters move along in a line in hopes of flushing out the birds, who generally are bedded down in whatever cover they can find. Minnesota is considered the top producing state when considering the Ruffed Grouse. It is the state bird of Pennsylvania.
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