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Sandhill Cranes

Grus canadensis

Habitat:

Large Drained pond--

Notes:

175 SANDHILL Cranes flew in to roost overnight during migration. Snow and sleet were falling. More cranes joined them the next day in mid morning. All left around noon. Still snowing.

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2 Comments

JoniJames
JoniJames 8 years ago

Thanks!

Ava T-B
Ava T-B 8 years ago

Welcome to Project Noah, JoniJames,
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JoniJames
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JoniJames

Indiana, USA

Spotted on Dec 5, 2013
Submitted on Dec 11, 2013

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