Glyndon greater prairie chickens get their own DNR webcam
It’s the time of year they do their mating dance
GLYNDON, MINN. (Valley News Live) - Some greater prairie chickens from Glyndon now have their own webcam.
The Minnesota DNR says this is the time of year they do their mating dance.
The webcam features a live view of a greater prairie chicken lek on the Bluestem Prairie Scientific and Natural Area near Glyndon, which is owned by The Nature Conservancy. DNR officials say their most active time is from 5-7 a.m., but the webcam has a slider so you can watch video from up to 12 hours ago.
You can check out the video on the Minnesota DNR Window on Wildlife (WOW) website.
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