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Pinnated Grouse Puzzle Details:

About: The Pinnated Grouse or Greater Prairie Chicken is a large bird in the grouse family. It was once abundant in North America, but has become extremely rare or extinct. These birds were once widespread all across the oak savanna and tall grass prairie ecosystem. They prefer undisturbed prairie but can tolerate agricultural land mixed with prairie. They eat seeds and fruit, but during the summer they also eat insects and green plants. The puzzle is based on an illustration by John James Audubon from his color-plate book entitled The Birds of America.
Image Credits: John James Audubon
Puzzle Of The Day On: 31/Oct/2013

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