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Old Sunday 19th January 2020, 01:08   #1
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Hello all,
I expect to have a visit to CA this April, second half of the month. Part of the period will be in Palm springs, but I also wanted to drive up to see if a Sage grouse was possible. However, there was a mention that the location at Lake Crawley might be closed in April?

Any other less commonly seen birds that I should be on the lookout for near one of these two places?

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Old Wednesday 22nd January 2020, 20:33   #2
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I see a lot of reads but no comments. What if I broaden the request: any good sites for seeing a Sage Grouse in central CA in last half of April?

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A simple eBird search can really help. Here it is:
https://ebird.org/map/saggro?neg=tru...=2015&eyr=2020

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Thanks Andy. One of the reasons I was asking was due to rumors about locations being closed in April that was open the rest of the year. Any insight into this?

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