Grouse birds belong to the Pheasant family. There are 18 species of grouse and the majority of them are found in cold regions of the northern hemisphere, such as the Arctic Circle. They tend to inhabit deciduous forests, scrubland, moorland, prairies and tundras. Find out more!
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