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Sue & Sue,
That behavior signifies utter contempt in the grouse-o-sphere.  But don’t take it personally.
Scott

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> On Oct 16, 2018, at 5:53 PM, Sue <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> Once again we were confronted with a very territorial male ruffed grouse. It followed us for a way on the trail and was uttering low clucking sounds. The unusual behavior was the picking up leaves and pine needles and tossing them onto its back. Does anyone know what this behavior signifies?
> Sue Wetmore & Sue Elliott
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