CASPER STAR TRIBUNE – If you’re looking for colorful opinions about Wyoming’s native upland birds, ask a handful of grouse hunters what species is best.
One might tell you ruffed grouse are kings, and you’re better off eating the board you cook a sage grouse on than the bird itself.
Another will tell you sage grouse can be cooked to perfection, and there’s no use for a sharp-tailed.
But no matter who you’re talking to, die-hard grouse hunters all agree the hunts can be some of the best.
Wyoming has four native grouse species available to hunters each fall. [full article]