It's a familiar routine for anyone who shoots driven game: the final birds of the day are brought to the game larder – pheasants, partridges, ducks and 'various' all hung neatly in patterned rows – before a tally is taken of the day's harvest. It's an important and conclusive part of proceedings.
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