Sandhill Crane love

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  • We have a Sandhill Crane migratory area about 2 hours west of us and it's an amazing thing to go and see them when they're headed south.

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  • Q Increase the area and intensity of zone of influence effect on wildlife habitat i.e., Sandhill Crane, Trumpeter Swan and water associated birds provided by agricultural fields.

    The Road and The Bog « Stephen Rees's blog

  • And the recent shift in the alignment by Sherwood Forest would also destroy roosting and foraging habitat for large numbers of threatened bird populations including Trumpeter Swans, Great Blue Herons, Bald eagles, Owls, and the Sandhill Crane.

    The Road and The Bog « Stephen Rees's blog

  • Saturday at the Sandhill Crane soccer complex, at 7 Mile Road and Stewart Road, and is scheduled to run until 1 p.m., with an extension if there's a surfeit of hunters.

    The Daily News - News

  • Yes, cranes are good to eat which is why the Sandhill Crane once was considered endangered.

    Latest Articles

  • This is the whole Sandhill Crane family out for a stroll.

    Some Cranky Guy

  • Mountain lions, bears, elk, deer, antelope all rely on these wildlife corridors for safe passage; and they are important for many species of birds as well, including the Sandhill Crane.

    WWMT.com : News

  • Though most of the dead birds included specimens of nearly every type of waterfowl species that migrate to the state, there were also many non-game, protected species, such as the Sandhill Crane and Tundra Swan.

    Signs of the Times

  • Sandhill Crane - 1 was at Green Bottom Wildlife Management Area on March 23 Wendell Argabrite.

    BIRDS ETCETERA—Birds, Birding, Birders, and Birdwatching

  • Sandhill Crane - Six were at Huntington on December 30 Wendell Argabrite.

    Bird Highlights from the Mountain State of West Virginia--Winter 2001-2002

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