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Sage-grouse are symbols of the unique and diverse habitat of the North American West. These group of male sage-grouse gather near Boar’s Tusk, an iconic 400-foot volcanic monolith in the Red Desert, considered a sacred place for Native American tribes called this area home for thousands of years.
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Sage-grouse are symbols of the unique and diverse habitat of the North American West. These group of male sage-grouse gather near Boar’s Tusk, an iconic 400-foot volcanic monolith in the Red Desert, considered a sacred place for Native American tribes called this area home for thousands of years.