Birds in love: UWSP student details courtship dances between birds (with video)

7:16 PM, Nov. 17, 2013
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Schmeeckle Reserve hosted a presentation on Sunday afternoon by University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point student Sam Haack about courtship dances performed by birds.

Haack, a senior studying environmental education and interpretation, listed for a group of about 15 people the sometimes elaborate dances performed by the bald eagle, red tailed hawk, sandhill crane, ruby-throated hummingbird, woodcock and prairie chicken. Those in attendance were invited to perform some of the dances after watching videos of birds performing the ...

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