Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Europe” in chapter 9 of Heros von Borcke, Memoirs of the Confederate War for Independence:
... to bring them down.
They fly only when pressed in this manner or when suddenly driven out of a thicket, but they run with the celerity of the greyhound, and are extremely wary and cunning.
If in Europe one uses the proverb As stupid as a turkey, in America one says As smart as a wild gobbler.
The American pheasant is a fine bird, about the size of the English grouse, but the meat is far superio...
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