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UPLAND GAME BIRDS
The upland game bird, from a hunter's point of view, is a class with attractions all its own. Frequenters of upland or interior areas rather than shore or water lands, ...
THE PHEASANT AND THE COMMISSAR
They likewise provide marvelous pheasant cover. Half an hour from the hunting lodge we were surrounded by 300 Moravian farmers armed with sticks—our ...
Sneak preview from a happy hunting ground
From James Bay, Quebec, the ducks and geese are pouring down the flyways in numbers calculated to make this season one of the best
HOTTEST GUNS IN THE SOUTH
The sport got its start back in 1920, on the grounds of the Glen Rock Kennels in Andover, Mass., when a group of upland bird hunters began looking for a better ...
They hunt to save the hunting
Nebraska's mixed bag event has a cover story conservationists buy
A PLAGUE OF STARLINGS
Schieffelin had a profound influence on theories of bird behavior, on government legislation affecting birds and on the variety of game birds U.S. hunters are ...
Settling down in Texas
The McFaddin Ranch may not be the biggest spread around, but each year it finds room for 600,000 clamorous visitors—geese that drop in for the winter
Tolling bells for the Maine timberdoodle
Woodcock may not be as numerous as they once were in the rugged country around Calais, Maine, but there was still plenty of action when the dogs' bells stopped clanking and Acey Sprague stopped talking
A capricious Asian is a citizen at last
Almost killed by kindness for 50 years, the chukar partridge is now becoming the most prized upland game bird of the Far West