T-Shirt Tuesday: Sage Grouse Love

Sage Grouse have elaborate courtship rituals and the male's strutting display are somewhat of a spectacle for birders to view every spring. Males perform in leks for several hours in the early morning and evening during these spring months. This new design features our male Birdorable Sage Grouse showing off, while a female looks the other way.

Sage Grouse Love T-shirt

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Ashira on March 24, 2010 at 9:00 AM wrote:
Hee hee! That's super cute. ^___^

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