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The decline in wild pheasant populations in the Sacramento and San Joaquin valleys has alarmed some, said Rod Wallstrum in a note from his duck club in the Sacramento Valley.
In the Sacramento Valley, most of the farmlands are flooded, with very little edge habitat for pheasant and quail.
Whitetail and sika deer, turkey, goose, quail, pheasant, duck and rabbit are among the game that can be legally hunted nearby, typically in the fall and winter, offering more choices to home cooks and inspiring preparations at local restaurants.
Having grown up following my dad and his friends on pheasant hunts, my inexperience convinced me that shooting a rooster going straight away was going to be easy.
The WineSeller & Brasserie’s holiday menu features a choice of Wagyu beef, black cod, pheasant, pasta, risotto and tuna.
The pheasant entree was very creative and was beyond delicious!
Barbour coat–wearing guests pair up and see who can take down the most pheasants or partridges, with one partner usually shooting and the other tallying.
Head to Bistro Dukes'—an upscale, but not highfalutin affair—for a refined take on classic Belgian fare, like crispy pheasant croquettes, served in a tart cranberry gel.
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First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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