Out Takes: Sage grouse strut in Summit County

Published April 15, 2013 12:52 pm
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It's the time of year for the sage grouse strut across the West. Scott Edmisten sent in this picture of some birds getting down with it on a lek - sage grouse mating ground - in Summit County in March of 2012. This is a sight to see and should be on any wildlife enthusiast's list. —

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