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The Bird

Lewis and Clark first recorded sage grouse in Montana, naming the bird the “cock-of-the-plains.” Learn the history, seasonal life, viewing opportunities, and download a great coloring book for kids.


The Habitat

Just how much space do sage grouse need? Try several townships or 230 square miles. Find out more about the vast sagebrush-steppe and keeping sage grouse habitat intact.


The Wildlife

Under the “umbrella” of sage grouse fall hundreds of other kinds of wildlife that benefit when we work to conserve the bird’s habitats.


The People

Branding cattle, delivering calves in a snowstorm at midnight, and riding horseback across the sagebrush … step into the lives of the people of the sage lands of the west.