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Drumming, breeding is a rite of spring
By Kurt Krueger

SPRING is a season worth longing for and not just because it follows winter. It is marked by the return of migratory wildlife, pre-nesting rituals, warm breezes, open water and one of the scribbler’s favorites — “drumming” grouse.

It’s the slow transformation toward green up after more than six months of bare trees and dying vegetation that invigorates the outdoor spirit. Mowing the lawn isn’t my favorite hobby, but it beats shoveling snow any day.
Tuesday, May 15, 2012 3:05 PM
 

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