Search Results for: "upland game bird"

Prairie chicken breast meat tenderized by a meat tenderizer mallet
How to Tenderize Upland Game Birds

When, how, and why you might choose to tenderize the meat of your upland game…

Game bird pieces on a cutting board ready for cooking
How to Butcher an Upland Game Bird

How, when, and why to break down upland game birds for cooking, along with instructions…

A sage grouse standing out in the open Sage Steppe
Impacts of Pipeline Projects on Upland Game Birds

After a hard stance from Biden, the Keystone XL pipeline has been canceled and critical…

A mountain quail in a mountain meadow.
Mountain Quail: An Upland Game Bird Profile

The remote mountain bird that makes you work for it The Mountain quail (Oreortyx pictus)…

A bird dog retrieves a ring neck pheasant.
10 Most Popular and Obscure Upland Game Birds in North America

A look into the most popular upland game birds according to the Project Upland audience…

A pheasant walks through cattails
Ring-Necked Pheasant – An Upland Game Bird Profile

History of the Exotic Ring-Necked Pheasant of the Prairie (Phasianus colchicus). The pheasant has a very…

A wilson's Snipe looking for food in a marsh.
Wilson’s Snipe (Gallinago delicata) – An Upland Game Bird Profile

The Wilson’s snipe is a real and worthy pursuit Perhaps no other bird is so…

A Spruce grouse in a forest.
Spruce Grouse (Falcipennis canadensis) – An Upland Game Bird Profile

Take a look at the Spruce Grouse (Falcipennis canadensis) its history, biology, and hunting availability.…

Two pheasants lie next to each other on a stone wall.
Serve Better Birds: A Field-to-Table Cooking Guide for Upland Bird Hunters

Project Upland wild game cooking contributor Jack Hennessy breaks down different steps of how to…

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A ruffed grouse sits on a log.
Landmark Legislation of the 117th Congress and Upland Birds

A lot has happened in the first few months of the 117th Congress and the…

Pheasants hang in the field after being shot.
When to Field Dress Your Upland Birds

Learn when to field dress your upland birds, which methods to use and how to…

Pheasant stir fry sits on a table.
Spicy Ginger Upland Stir Fry

‘The easiest, quickest, most delicious wild stir fry you will ever make’ If this recipe…

A bird dog retrives a bird in western states
Western Upland Hunting Strategies

Understanding the differences in habitat and the ability to adapt on the fly will help…

Mexican mole rests in a cast iron skillet.
Upland Birds in Mole

A sauce with layers of flavor, mole is an excellent vehicle to cook upland game…

A plucked ruffed grouse with a freshly shot grouse in the background on autumn leaves
Game Meat Profile: Ruffed Grouse Nutrition, Cooking Tips, and Handling

Ruffed grouse embody the flavor of fall in the Northwoods; learn cooking and handling tips…

A Grouse in a Sea of Sage – Her Upland Episode #13

The sage grouse is a habitat specialist and hunters must be as well to find…

A plate with wild game meat and a salt shaker to enhance flavor
Why Salt is Important for Cooking Game

Learn how salt should be used when cooking wild meat to enhance flavor and retain…

Falconer Anthony Williams holds his hawk and a duck
Hawking and Bird Dogs with Anthony Williams: HDC Episode #26

Exploring true versatility with bird dogs who hunt for a hawk in addition to hunting…

grouse milanese on a plate with salad.
Grouse Milanese – A Classic Italian Recipe Gone Upland

Bring this fried cooking tradition of Southern Italy to North American upland game birds with…

Plucked quail rests on a plate, ready to be cooked.
Game Meat Profile: Quail Nutrition, Cooking Tips and Handling

Though small and a sometimes difficult quarry to bag, quail are delicious birds and can…