ALWAYS IN SEASON: Wicked weather is danger for open-country birds
A wicked winter such as this can put open country birds at risk. This year, the North Dakota Game and Fish Department is monitoring prairie game birds.
These are what scientists call "gallinaceous fowl."
Most of the rest of us think of them as "chicken-like birds."
There are several species of wild chickens in the Red River Valley, but only two are real natives.
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