"Bird hunting" is the examination of Upland hunting is an American term for a form of bird hunting in which the hunter pursues upland birds including quail, pheasant, grouse, woodcock, prairie chicken, chukar, grey partridge, and others.
Professionals of "Bird hunting" include Tom Davis, Andrew Wayment, John Loomis.
Why study "Bird hunting"? Upland birds tend to be found on the ground in heavy cover, so hunters generally employ the use of gun dogs to locate and retrieve game. The average group consists of 2-4 hunters with 1-2 dogs.
Some questions in "Bird hunting" involve Bal-chatri, Bat-fowling, Bird tracks.