There are breeds of dog's that were developed for that very thing your asking. They are called a versatile breed of hunting dog. Two breeds that come to mind are German short hair pointers and the Brittany. I trained a Brittany years ago that done well on quail and pheasent. Done an excellent job retrieving ducks and geese. He was so good at hunting dead game I used him more than a few times to find deer that was lost from gun shot and bow wounds.Do you train/hunt your dog on multiple species...pheasant, duck, grouse?
Neither of my dogs do that at home for whatever reason. Except for a pair of mourning doves that hangout under my bird feeder. But any other birds, they don't seem to care. They must know we never shoot birds that tiny so why bother hahaI have to push my German wirehair off our front deck to take a wiz because he is typically on point on some sort of bird. Good bird dogs are happy with any type of bird hunting and adapt naturally.