Sharp-tailed Grouse are charismatic gamebirds which have a lek-mating system. Males gather in small areas called leks to attract females. They defend territories at lek sites and perform complex synchronized displays. Females visit leks, choose a male to mate with, and raise young on her own. This position would provide ample opportunities to view this iconic species, as well as the multitude of other species on Audubon of Kansas’ Hutton Niobrara Ranch Wildlife Sanctuary including Greater Prairie-Chicken, Sandhill Crane, Virginia Rail and Sora, and grassland species. The sanctuary is located northeast of Bassett, Nebraska, along the Niobrara River.
Job Description:
Work for a growing non-profit to lead Sharp-tailed Grouse tours.

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