Fort Pierre National Grasslands is making three grouse viewing blinds available from early April until the end of May.
The blinds, which require reservations, have small square viewing windows for observing and photographing birds as they dance and boom on their displaying grounds, also known as leks.
Each structure is 4 feet wide by 8 feet long by 5 feet tall and can hold up to four adults. The blinds are unheated plywood structures with an open floor, so visitors are asked to plan for chilly weather.
One of the blinds was donated by the Missouri Breaks Audubon Society of Pierre. All three are available for people to reserve at no cost.
For reservations call (605) 224-5517.
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