Posts Tagged "Prairie Chicken"

The Sharptail Grouse and Prairie Chicken Mating Ritual Nebraska’s Birding Event of the Year

Posted by on Mar 10, 2016 in Bird Watching, Blog, Relaxing Accommodations | Comments Off on The Sharptail Grouse and Prairie Chicken Mating Ritual Nebraska’s Birding Event of the Year

Nebraska’s Sandhills are one of the strongholds left for the prairie grouse in North America. The Sharptail Grouse and Prairie Chickens, inhabit the majestic, ancient dunes of Nebraska. Every spring, visitors and birding enthusiasts alike are in for a treat as they witness the mating ritual of these beautiful birds. Sharptail grouse, which have pointed tails, feathered feet, and brown v-shaped markings on their overall whiter feathers, are more widespread than their prairie chicken cousins. Sharptails range from western Nebraska, throughout the Dakotas, Montana, and prairie Canada, all the...

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Start Your Sandhills Bird Watching Adventure: Birding for Beginners

Posted by on Aug 10, 2015 in Bird Watching, Blog | Comments Off on Start Your Sandhills Bird Watching Adventure: Birding for Beginners

There’s something special about birding. Maybe it’s the science of it. Maybe it’s the poetry you can experience while viewing your first rare bird. Maybe it’s just the quiet reflection you have during your quest. Essentially, birding is a lifelong scavenger hunt, and you can play the game across the entire globe. Sandhills bird watching offers some great viewing opportunities for the Sandhills Crane migration and the Sharptailed Grouse and Prairie Chicken mating ritual just to name a few. Birding can be a wonderful—and sometimes life-changing—experience. You don’t have to wait...

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