Saturday, March 18th, 2023
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Pennsylvania Game Commission asking public to report ‘tame’ grouse sightings

The results of the study will help to ensure habitat management efforts are targeted to improve and maintain grouse population connectivity. (Photo by Michael Kensinger)
Not every ruffed grouse across Pennsylvania is quite the same as the next. Some – though wild, undomesticated birds – might even be called “tame,” meaning they show little fear of or even act aggressively toward people, especially in spring and fall.
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