(1) On the one hand, you have the uplands: home to the ruffed grouse and the woodcock , the ringneck pheasant, the bobwhite quail, and just possibly sharptail grouse and Hungarian partridge, too.(2) Raymond has shot a pheasant and a woodcock , tripling his one-grouse tally from the morning.(3) The 16 paintings in the British Birds in Watercolour exhibition at Nunnington were completed over the past year and feature game birds grouse, partridge and woodcock as well as kingfisher, robin, whitethroat and tawny owl.(4) A traditional raffle with a dozen prizes such as brace of pheasant, duck, woodcock or rabbit, was held to raise funds for new cages.(5) The nightingale and woodcock have completely disappeared.(6) The estate extends in all to some 5300 acres and offers some classic red and roe deer stalking, woodcock shooting and excellent brown trout fishing on a number of hill lochs.(7) Wild birds that might be acceptable alternatives for William include woodcock , wood pigeon, partridge and grouse.(8) Tapping around my rooted limbs and grounded chest, a circus of quail, woodcock , and mallard perform.(9) And this time of year, there is tons of game: snipe, hare, woodcock , pheasant.(10) The woodlands behind the house provide the habitat for roe deer, pheasants, woodcock , and pigeons which form the basis for a small rough shoot.(11) My parents had an American woodcock calling and displaying on their back lawn.(12) The principal game birds of Britain are grouse, partridge, pheasant, plus woodcock , pigeon, quail, and various wild duck and marsh fowl.(13) A businessman used to controlling his investment portfolio has no control on the spring salmon run or the flight of the woodcock .(14) Feeding behaviour was most interesting, the bird rocking its body rhythmically up and down like a woodcock and as if on springs.(15) Apart from the grouse and the woodcock which gives the hill its name, it's a very important habitat for the hen harrier, which is very rare.(16) Thus, he lists as noblest the meat of turtledoves, starlings, doves, quails, pheasants, blackbirds, woodcock , partridge, and chaffinch.