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Real Angry Birds: Sharp-tailed Grouse Battle | Cornell Lab of Ornithology

September 30, 2019

Sharp-tailed Grouse square off in intense battles for territory and breeding rights. These grouse form leks, mating arenas where males meet to compete for territory and attract females. This leads to continual fighting as they strive to outdo each other.

Learn more about Sharp-tailed Grouse on All About Birds: https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Sharp-tailed_Grouse/id

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