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Daniel Giraud Elliot A Monograph of the Grouse Family [21 Images]

Daniel Giraud Elliot A Monograph of the Grouse Family [21 Images]

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A Monograph of the Tetraoninae or Family of the Grouse was published in the late 1800s and provides a comprehensive overview of the grouse family. It was written by Daniel Giraud Elliot, an American zoologist and ornithologist, and the illustrations were done by Joseph Wolf, a German artist who was known for his natural history illustrations.

The grouse family, Tetraonidae, is a group of birds that includes over 20 species. Some of the more well-known species include the western capercaillie, the black grouse, the willow ptarmigan, the rock ptarmigan, and the sage-grouse.

Other species in the family include the blue grouse, the ruffed grouse, the spruce grouse, and the sharp-tailed grouse. These birds are primarily found in forests and other wooded areas, as well as in tundra and alpine habitats. It is a diverse and important group of birds in many ecosystems around the world.

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