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Grouse drumming in the fall?

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I know they drum quite a bit in the spring but I've been hearing drumming this fall. I'm not hearing as many as I do in the spring. But I'm sure hearing a good number of them drum

 Are they  searching for a mate in the fall?

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I’ve heard drumming deep into the summer when I was out trout fishing. I thought that was a little odd. It’s one of the nicest sounds to come out of the woods though, so if they do it year round, I’ll take it!

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I was sleeping in the topper of my truck two weeks ago and it was *thump....... thump........thumpity thumpity* all night long. 

Maybe it's the yearlings just figuring stuff out and finding themselves?

Young males thinking they are all that?

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1 hour ago, Duffman said:

I was sleeping in the topper of my truck two weeks ago and it was *thump....... thump........thumpity thumpity* all night long.

Maybe it's the yearlings just figuring stuff out and finding themselves?

Young males thinking they are all that?

Drumming at night.  Did you go after them with you burlap bag and flashlight?  :lol:

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On 10/19/2017 at 7:30 PM, Duffman said:

 

Maybe it's the yearlings just figuring stuff out and finding themselves?

Young males thinking they are all that?

I thought the same thing but not sure if I'm correct or not

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