By Brad Trumbo
The Times 

A Partridge Welcome to the Palouse

Palouse Outdoors:


December 2, 2021

Brad Trumbo

A covey of Hungarian partridge lifts from the hill crest in front of Llewellin setter, Yuba.

When a stranger reaches out for bird hunting help, it can be a tough sell for the community resident, but that didn't stop Dennis from giving it a shot. He and his wife recently moved to Walla Walla from scenic New England and were struggling to adjust to the landscape. The difference between the Palouse grains and grasslands and the Northwoods is the difference between a tropical rainforest and the surface of the moon. Needless to say, Dennis was feeling a bit out of his element. Being an Appalachian transplant myself, recalling my strife in learning Palouse upland hunting was all I needed...

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