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(rŭf),
A collar or ruffle.
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The Latin name for the ruffed grouse genus, Bonasa, may relate the grouse's drumming sounding like the thundering hooves of a buffalo.
Team leader Ciaran McMahon said: "Red ruffed lemurs are one of the most endangered of all lemurs.
Last month red ruffed lemurs appeared in a list of the top 25 most endangered primates in the world.
Pointing dogs have long been the ticket to stylish, rewarding and effective ruffed grouse hunting But grouse aren't "gentlemen." Sneaky little scoundrels that they are, these birds create a big challenge for any dog that points game ...
"We are making a huge financial commitment to the state and all conservationists to save the ruffed grouse.
During the spring, male ruffed grouse "drum" on elevated structures, such as fallen logs, stumps and rocks to attract females and maintain their territory (Bump et al., 1947).
Keywords: Bonasa umbellus, distribution, Indiana, population status, ruffed grouse
If you're antisocial and a devotee of the ruffed grouse, you might want to pack up and head toward Lake Superior.
However, if the second club is ruffed, it is impossible to reach East's hand twice to ruff a club in dummy and then enjoy the long clubs.
Each ticket costs $100 and can be purchased by contacting the Ruffed Grouse Society at (412) 262-4044.
The ace of diamonds was taken, a spade ruffed in dummy and the ace of clubs was followed by a club ruff.
This paper updates the distribution and relative abundance of ruffed grouse (Bonasa umbellus) in Ohio.