sage grouse


sage grouse

noun

Definition of SAGE GROUSE

:  either of two large grouses (Centrocercus urophasianus and C. minimus) of the dry sagebrush plains of western North America that have mottled gray and buff plumage above with a contrasting black belly

First Known Use of SAGE GROUSE

1876

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