Here is what we saw:
So of course, I grab the camera and get out and get a little closer, using the zoom and get this nice photo of him. I was surprised at this point that he didn't fly away:
Did you see that puffed up neck? It is part of their danger AND mating signals.
Since he couldn't decide if I turned him on (or if I meant danger), he fanned out his tail, and headed into the side grass as I approached. (Maybe he thought he could lure me to a private spot!):
Where he immediately proceeded to continue to look proud, dance a little circle and puff up his neck some more. Must have still been looking for love: