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Bird Meat HELP

Alrighty so today i follow this grouse for about 50 yds and finally jump him. When he lifts up its obvious something is wrong. When i shot him and picked him up is left wing was broke and i know it wasnt me because he wasnt riddled with bb's and he was broad side. So when i got home and did everything i seen a tad bit of green in 2 spots. along the top back and a little towards the wing. Should i eat this or toss it????
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-05-2012, 09:32 PM
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Throw it away.



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Shame, but toss it far! Dont want critters eatin it either

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thanks guys!

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Atleast you were able to end the birds suffering

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yeah idk how long he was out running around

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Alrighty so today i follow this grouse for about 50 yds and finally jump him. When he lifts up its obvious something is wrong. When i shot him and picked him up is left wing was broke and i know it wasnt me because he wasnt riddled with bb's and he was broad side. So when i got home and did everything i seen a tad bit of green in 2 spots. along the top back and a little towards the wing. Should i eat this or toss it????
Thanks,
Ryan
I would have it mounted because I may not see another grouse the way my hunting is going. I am not jumping any grouse. I might also compare the bird to some of my photo's of years back to confirm it is in fact a grouse and then I would show it to all my hunting buddies to see if they remember what it is.

Maybe I need grouse decoys????

But I would not eat it if there is any doubt......

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