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[Photo] Siberian Grouse (Falcipennis falcipennis) male in display. Date 2006. Author Jacopo Montano.
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The Siberian Grouse
, Falcipennis falcipennis
, is a medium-sized grouse
It is very similar to the North American Spruce Grouse
, to which it is closely related.
The Siberian grouse
mostly occurs in forests of spruce, fir, larch and pine. Its range is far eastern Russia, and a small population formerly inhabited the far northeast of China, where they are probably now extinct.
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