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crotch-pheasant

and crotch-monkey
n. a louse. (Usually in the plural.) He appears to be afflicted with what you might call “crotch-pheasants.” Stop scratching your crotch-monkeys, Zeke.
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2 SLIM THE BIRD Trim pheasants of excess fat in body cavity.
How many times have you had to suddenly brake whilst driving when a pheasant decides to take a stroll across the road unaware of the danger to both him and the car's occupants?
Vietnamese pheasants (Lophura hatinhensis), pictured right, are facing extinction in their native country due to the destruction of forest habitat in central Vietnam.
Mr Walsh was returning home to Birmingham on March 24 when the pheasant raced across the road.
Here is a picture of Dad with the hen pheasant in his arms; you can see she has no bill.
Pierre said winter kills are normal, and pheasant populations can bounce back with favorable nesting and brood conditions this spring.
The difference between the front and rear of a 4-1/4" clay pigeon obviously isn't nearly as much as between the beak and the tail-tip of a pheasant, but the principle is the same: When we concentrate on the front of a flying target, we're far less likely to shoot behind.
I SPOTTED my wife cradling the kitten in our life, Kightly, in her arms and gazing out of the window: "Look, Kightly," she whispered, "it's a pheasant.
THESE fluffy pheasant chicks have eased upset at Netherton.
Thanks for the delightful photo of the handsome cock pheasant visiting the reader in Middlesbrough (A Bird In The Hand .
From Pheasant Pie; Quail Stuffed with Oysters; Bar-B-Que Venison; and Trout Marguery; to Fried Squirrel; Wild Duck Soup; Cinnamon Bread; and No Bake Cookies, "Wildlife Harvest Game Cookbook" is the perfect addition to the kitchen cookbook collection of families that hunt and fish the forests and streams of America.
Ring-necked pheasant (Phasianus colchicus) populations in the Midwestern United States have declined drastically since World War II.
Public hunting clubs remain open through early May, offering released pheasant, chukar, bobwhite quail and huns as part of daily upland game-bird packages.
On September 12, in conjunction with the North Central PVA Trapshoot, a pheasant hunt took place on the Don Reeves Pheasant Ranch in White Lake, S.
In a flurry of motion, its wings beating violently, the pheasant erupted from its hiding place.