Sharp Tailed Grouse, game birds native to Wyoming, are hunted in wheat stubble and grasslands. Sharp Tail Grouse hunts are offered on a limited basis in combination with other bird hunts.
The sharp-tailed grouse is a medium-sized grouse, with a round body, short legs, and a short crest. The head, neck, back, and wings are heavily barred with dark brown, black, and buff coloring. The tail is wedge-shaped and about 6 inches long. Adult male and female sharptails are nearly identical, but the males have a pinkish-purple, half-walnut-sized air sac on each side of their necks and yellow combs above the eyes.
Sharp-tailed grouse use a variety of open, relatively treeless habitats including shrub steppe, meadow steppe, mountain shrub, brushy grassland, and riparian habitats. They often use transitional areas between habitat types.
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