[ UK /kˈæpəkˌe‍ɪli/ ]
  1. large black Old World grouse
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  • They return at dusk with an arctic fox and a large capercaillie that Gallina cooks for dinner.
  • Large carnivores such as brown bear and wolf have persisted here along with several rare birds including the capercaillie, griffon vulture, and black woodpecker. Cantabrian mixed forests
  • Of course the capercaillie must be saved, but what about other indigenous Scottish species facing extinction?
  • They also support a number of threatened and endangered bird species like the capercaillie, the osprey, and the ptarmigan.
  • The saving of the capercaillie, which Peter calls the icon of the Scottish pine woods, is high on their list of priorities.
  • On the other hand the upper reaches of the river that are covered by larch, dark coniferous and stone birch forests, provide refuge for capercaillie Tetrao parvirostris and Siberian spruce grouse Falcipennis falcipennis*. Central Sikhote-Alin, Russian Federation
  • They include pine marten, wildcat, stoat and weasel as well as golden eagles, merlin, peregrine falcon, golden plover and in time black grouse and capercaillie.
  • Birdwatchers come to Scotland to spot golden and sea eagles, the rare and large-billed Scottish crossbill, and the rare capercaillie.
  • These include the capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus) and the ptarmigan (Lagopus mutus). Pyrenees conifer and mixed forests
  • And if you want to do something really unusual, you can go after the mysterious capercaillie, the black grouse-like bird that is also native to Scotland.
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