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    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse

    • Birds; Prairies; Wildlife refuges;
    • A pair of male Sharp-tailed Grouse display to attract females on communal dancing grounds, called leks. The male provides no parental care. A female may visit a lek up to 10 or more times, and she may sample two different leks.
    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse display

    • Birds; Prairies; Wildlife refuges;
    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse display to attract females on communal dancing grounds, called leks. The male provides no parental care. A female may visit a lek up to 10 or more times, and she may sample two different leks.
    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse display

    • Birds; Prairies; Wildlife refuges;
    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse display to attract females on communal dancing grounds, called leks. The male provides no parental care. A female may visit a lek up to 10 or more times, and she may sample two different leks.
    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse display

    • Birds; Prairies; Wildlife refuges;
    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse display to attract females on communal dancing grounds, called leks. The male provides no parental care. A female may visit a lek up to 10 or more times, and she may sample two different leks.
    • Sharp-tailed Grouse

    • Birds; Prairies; Wildlife refuges;
    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse display to attract females on communal dancing grounds, called leks. The male provides no parental care. A female may visit a lek up to 10 or more times, and she may sample two different leks.
    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse display

    • Birds; Prairies; Wildlife refuges;
    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse display to attract females on communal dancing grounds, called leks. The male provides no parental care. A female may visit a lek up to 10 or more times, and she may sample two different leks.
    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse display

    • Birds; Prairies; Wildlife refuges;
    • Male Sharp-tailed Grouse display to attract females on communal dancing grounds, called leks. The male provides no parental care. A female may visit a lek up to 10 or more times, and she may sample two different leks.
    • Greater Yellowlegs

    • Birds; Shorebirds; Yellowlegs; Alaska; Donna Dewhurst Collection
    • Photo was taken at the Palmer Hay Flats State Game Refuge, Alaska.

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