This species isn't used much for wildlife management. It was brought in as a turf grass for abandoned pasture lands. For identification, I just think of Sheep. Each seed on the head seems cramped together and sticking out in every direction, like a fleece in need of shearing.
Okay, how about a quiz? Ha Ha, and you thought I was done. These are selections from both posts, so read the other one first before quizzing.
1) Canada Wild Rye & Bottlebrush
2) Wooly Brome & Bottlebrush
4) Little Bluestem
5) Prairie Three-awn
6) Purple Top & Foxtail
8) Paspalum sp.
9) Panic Grass, Panicum sp.