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BC Resident Upland Game Birds Flash Cards

BC Resident Upland Game Birds Flash Cards

What are Grouse

BC Resident Upland Game Birds Quiz Grouse Click to Flip
There are four different types of this Gallinaceous, resident upland game bird. Often have feathered legs and lightly feathered feet. The sexes are similar looking. Native to BC

Spruce Grouse

BC Resident Upland Game Birds Quiz Spruce Grouse Click to Flip
There are four different types of this Gallinaceous, resident upland game bird. Often have feathered legs and lightly feathered feet. The sexes are similar looking. Native to BC Click again to see term 👆 Spruce Grouse Lives in high elevation conifer forests. It has a grey upper body with black bars, black lower body with white bars and a red eye comb in males. Is often called the "Fool Hen"

Blue Grouse

BC Resident Upland Game Birds Quiz Blue Grouse Click to Flip
Lives in lower elevation conifer forests for nesting and higher elevation conifer forests during the late season. Mottled grey-blue body with mottled brown wings and a yellow comb in males.

Ruffled Grouse

BC Resident Upland Game Birds Quiz Ruffled Grouse Click to Flip
Lives in Lower elevations in mixed and open forests. Mottled brown body, tail has many narrow, parallel black bands with a single wide black band, head crest, male has a black neck ruff

Sharp Tailed Grouse

BC Resident Upland Game Birds Quiz Sharp Tailed Grouse Click to Flip
Lives in open parklands in Peace and Cariboo. Brownish and heavily barred. V shape marks on chest and belly, pointed tail that is often held up. Male has yellow comb and purplish neck sacs.

Ptarmigan

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Lives in Alpine tundra habitats. Mixed white, brown and black body in summer. white in winter. Heavily feathered legs and feet. Sexes are very similar. Native to BC

Introduced Species

BC Resident Upland Game Birds Quiz Introduced Species Click to Flip
non native, non migratory, gallinaceous upland game birds.

Ring Necked Pheasant

BC Resident Upland Game Birds Quiz Ring necked pheasant Click to Flip
Males are large with bright colours. Females are smaller and browner. Larger body and longer tail than a sharp tailed grouse. Wide spread near agricultural lands in the south of BC. Introduced Species.

Gray Partridge

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Both sexes are grey-brown with rusty face and throat. Barred flanks and a short brown tail. They are found in the grasslands of southern interior BC. Introduced species

Chukar

BC Resident Upland Game Birds Quiz Chukar Click to Flip
Both sexes are grey-brown above,with heavy black bars on white flanks. Black bar from forehead over cheeks and eyes to form a bib on chest. Are found in dry grasslands and desert in interior and gulf islands. Introduced species.

California Quail

BC Resident Upland Game Birds Quiz California Quail Click to Flip
Brown and grey blue with obvious head plume that is forward curving. Found on SE Vancouver is, gulf islands and the Okanagan

Mountain Quail

BC Resident Upland Game Birds Quiz Mountain Quail Click to Flip
Brown and grey blue with obvious head plume that is straight up or straight and tilted back. Found only on SE Vancouver Island.

Wild Turkey

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Very Large. Both sexes have iridescent very dark brown colouring. Naked heads and the males have colourful, fleshy "decorations" on head and neck as well as tuft of hair like feathers that stick out from chest. They are found on VI, Gulf isles, Okanagan and in the Kootenays.

Resident Upland Game Birds

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A group of introduced and native birds that are all gallinaceous and do not migrate. Instead they adapt to their surroundings.

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