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347 SHARPTAIL MEMIOR

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Sharp-tailed Grouse can be found in the northern Great Plains in Canada, Montana, North and South Dakota, Nebraska, and Wyoming. Closely related to the Prairie Chicken, Sharp-tailed grouse live mainly in mixed grass prairies, cropland and open woodlands. They eat seeds, buds, berries, leaves, and insects, especially grasshoppers, in summer.

Adult Sharp-tail Grouse have a relatively short tail with the two central feathers being square-tipped and somewhat longer than their lighter, outer tail feathers giving the bird its distinctive name. Nebraska Sandhills.
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MICHAEL FORSBERG PHOTOGRAPHY .100 N 8TH STREET, SUITE 150.LINCOLN, NE 68508.402.477.5030
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Sharp-tailed Grouse can be found in the northern Great Plains in Canada, Montana, North and South Dakota, Nebraska, and Wyoming.  Closely related to the Prairie Chicken, Sharp-tailed grouse live mainly in mixed grass prairies, cropland and open woodlands.  They eat seeds, buds, berries, leaves, and insects, especially grasshoppers, in summer.  <br />
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Adult Sharp-tail Grouse have a relatively short tail with the two central feathers being square-tipped and somewhat longer than their lighter, outer tail feathers giving the bird its distinctive name. Nebraska Sandhills.