It's all in the booty. If a wild male sage grouse doesn't strut his stuff right, he may never mate. Ever.
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October 8, 2013 Humans are getting behind a movement that nature has known about for a long time.
The white-throated needletail, after it was found below the wind turbine it hit on an island off the northwest coast of Scotland.
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June 29, 2013 When a white-throated needletail was spotted off the northwest coast of Scotland, dozens of enthusiasts rushed to the area. "Twitchers" is British slang for those who have a passion for spotting hard-to-find birds. But their joy turned to grief when the little bird from Asia hit a wind turbine.
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