13 thoughts on “In a Sea of Sage

    1. Hi Eliza, they are sure hard to spot once the slip back into the sage. Much of the sagebrush habitat is indeed being used for oil and gas exploration and this is a serious threat to these guys.

  1. Walking My Path: Mindful Wanderings in Nature

    Hi Mike,
    I have never seen one. Bill, my husband does a lot of work around the Gunnison area to restore habitat for the Gunnison Sage Grouse. They are amazing too. He may be doing more for the Greater at a later time. He is working with the Nature Conservancy, Forest Service, BLM, private ranchers and other groups as a collaboration effort to save them.
    Nice shot of this beauty!
    Mary

    1. Hi Mary and Give a thanks to Bill for his efforts in helping restore the habitat for the sage grouse. They came remain so easily hidden the sage they are sometime hard to see. We were lucky to see this lady. I love the sagebrush habitat and the vastness of it. Hope your weekend is going well.

      Mike and Christy

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