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covey

a small flock of grouse or partridge

covey

[′kəv·ē]
(vertebrate zoology)
A brood of birds.
A small flock of birds of one kind, used typically of partridge and quail.
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Francis hunts quail on the Arizona side of the river, but there are also good coveys of birds on the California side around Palos Verde.
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Nothing is ever flat when you are chukar hunting, and the best a shooter can hope for is to be standing on a semi-flat section when a covey flushes overhead.
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Covey today announced his intentions to retire as President and Chief Executive Officer of United Space Alliance, effective March 26, 2010.
He also suggests that if there is a live spring in the area to walk wide circles around it to possibly bump a covey holding nearby.
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