What Is a Baby Grouse Called?

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Baby grouses are known as cheepers and are normally hatched from a clutch of six to fifteen eggs after 21 to 28 days of incubation. Within two weeks cheepers can fly a little having developed feathers. Grouses are plump, game birds that look like chicken but have mottled brown or greyish plumage.
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A baby Blue Grouse is called a cheeper.
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