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Sandhill Crane

Grus canadensis

Description:

This was taken right after the Fall Semester. We did an ethogram of Sandhill Crane agonistic behaviors. Anyways there is usually a flock (10-30) behind an apartment complex usually in the mornings and evenings. I was so shocked to see this. The Sandhill Crane is from the Gruidae family and Gruiformes order.

Habitat:

Near a pond behind an apartment complex. Suburban Area.

Notes:

Picture was taken in Orlando, FL.

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Rosa Maria
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Rosa Maria

Orlando, Florida, USA

Spotted on Dec 12, 2011
Submitted on Mar 16, 2014

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