Squirrel Hunting Information – How to and Where to Hunt Squirrels

Squirrel hunting It is an enjoyable fall and winter sport. Where I live, squirrel hunting starts weeks before big game and ends in February – 2 ½ months after deer season ends. It can be as much fun as you want and it puts food on your table. If you want it will also put […]

Rabbits & Hares Information, Identification

Rabbits and Hares Organizations: I have not heard of one yet that pertains to both Rabbits and Hares. There are various clubs that focus on one over the other. Please email me with any links and we will post here  – contact TC Rabbits and Hares Descriptions – Rabbits are defined as medium-sized grazing mammals […]

Woodcock (Scolopax minor)

Common Names – Timberdoodle, woody, bog snipe Organizations working for woodcock conservation are: Ruffed Grouse Society, National Audobon Society Woodcock Description -The woodcock is a small, rotund bird with a long bill and large eyes positioned far back on the head. Well camouflaged, the woodcock is mottled with brown, black and rust colors, and has […]

Wild Turkey

Organizations: National Wild Turkey Federation – http://www.nwtf.org Description: Turkeys are the largest of the upland game bird species. Wild turkey is a dark bird with a naked, bluish head. The male, also called a tom, has an overall coloration that is brownish black with an iridescent sheen. His wings have black and white barring. The […]

Ruffed Grouse (Bonasa umbellus)

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

Ruffed Grouse Ruffed Grouse – Bonasa umbellus Organizations: Ruffed Grouse Society providing grouse habitat management and information Magazine about grouse and other upland bird hunting – www.uplandalmanac.com Ruffed Grouse Description -The ruffed grouse is identified by its tail with a black band near the end and the patch of feathers “ruffs” on the neck. The […]

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