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The American Encyclopedia of Practical Knowledge Containing Practical and Systematic Treatises on Subjects Connected with the Interests of Every Individual, Alphabetically Arranged, and Especially Designed for Popular Use ... (1886)
by F. M. Chapman, Charles C. Chapman
The Canada Grouse is a northern species nowhere very abundant. Its favorite haunts are the dense swamps of Canada, Northern Maine and the Adirondack region, where grow the pine, spruce and tamarack, on the buds and leaves of which ...
The Encyclopedia of Food (1923)
by Artemas Ward
The Black Heath-cock, or "spruce grouse," or "Canada grouse," is a rather smaller bird than the Ruffed. Its second name refers to its favorite winter diet of spruce-tree shoots. Its upper plumage is greyish, with shining, rich, bluish-black markings ...
The Canada grouse, sometimes called erroneously the spruce partridge (T. Canadtntit, Linn.), is about 16J inches long; the prevailing color is black in the male, each feather of the upper parts waved with leaden gray ; those of ...
by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana
The Canada grouse, sometimes called erroneously the spruce partridge (2". Canadensis, Linn.), is about 16 J inches long; the prevailing color is black in the male, each feather of the npper parts waved with leaden gray ; those ...
the Canada grouse (T. canadensis), the dusky grouse (T. obscurus), and the prairie hen (T. cupida). The latter was formerly abundant throughout the United States, but is now almost ...
A Treasury of Natural History Or a Popular Dictionary of Zoology in which the Characteristics that Distinguish the Different Classes... by Samuel Maunder (1870)
by Samuel Maunder
CANADA Grouse. (Tetrao Canadensis.) This species, which is found in great abundance in the most northerly parts of America, is rather more than thirteen inches in length; the female two inches less.
... to which are Added, a Syllabus of Practical Taxidermy, and a Glossarial Appendix by Samuel Maunder
CANADA GROUSE. (Tetrao Canadensis.) This species, which is found in great abundance in the most northerly parts of America, is rather more than thirteen inches in length; the female two inches less. The upper parts of the head, neck, and ...
The Imperial Dictionary (1863)
English, Technological, and Scientific by John Ogilvie
Canada grouse, T. canadensis ; pinnated grouse, T. cupido. GROUT, n. [add.]. Lees; that which purges off; wort of the last running. GROUT, v. t. To fill up, as the joints or spaces between stones. GROUTING, n. In arch., the process of filling in ...
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