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Bhopal Birds - Sarus Crane, Grus Antigone

Bhopal Birds - Sarus Crane, Grus Antigone | Crane Connections | Scoop.it
The Sarus Crane is the only resident breeding crane in India and is the world's tallest flying bird. Sarus Cranes are the largest of the world's cranes.
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The Ups and Downs of Cranes - Ecology Global Network

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Ecology Global NetworkThe Ups and Downs of CranesEcology Global NetworkWhile the answers aren't rapidly forthcoming, research continues among the birds and their hard to find nests. Meanwhile, sandhill cranes number at around 650000 globally.
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Migrating cranes, snow geese left with fewer winter watering holes due to ... - Washington Post

Migrating cranes, snow geese left with fewer winter watering holes due to ... - Washington Post | Crane Connections | Scoop.it
msnbc.comMigrating cranes, snow geese left with fewer winter watering holes due to ...Washington PostALBUQUERQUE, NM — From nesting grounds in Alaska and Idaho to the prairie potholes in Canada, thousands of sandhill cranes, snow geese and other migratory...
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Whooping Crane Fact File | Newsatspot.com

Whooping cranes, scientifically known as Grus Americana is the tallest crane species. Marshes, wetlands and prairies are the areas which these birds inhabit. With the start of winter they shift their base to more freshwater ...
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Central Nebraska can become even more of a destination for crane watchers - Grand Island Independent

Central Nebraska can become even more of a destination for crane watchersGrand Island IndependentBrad Mellema thinks Central Nebraska could make an even bigger deal out of the spring crane season.
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Pair of whooping cranes spotted in Neosho

Pair of whooping cranes spotted in Neosho | Crane Connections | Scoop.it
A field on the north edge of Neosho became a place for birders to flock to this week in hopes of viewing a pair of migrating whooping cranes, according to the Missouri Department of Conservation.
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Dorincard: Not a grus-ome sight: The WHITE-NAPED CRANE (Grus ...

Dorincard: Not a grus-ome sight: The WHITE-NAPED CRANE (Grus ... | Crane Connections | Scoop.it
"The White-naped Crane (Grus vipio) is a bird of the crane family. It is a large bird, 112–125 cm (44–49 in) long, approximately 130 cm (4 ft) tall and weighing about 5.6 kg (12 lbs) with pinkish legs, grey and white striped neck, ...
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Birds of Extremadura (Spain): SANDHILL CRANE. FIRST FOR ...

Birds of Extremadura (Spain): SANDHILL CRANE. FIRST FOR ... | Crane Connections | Scoop.it
Manuel Gómez Calzado, without doubt the person with most crane-watching hours behind him in Extremadura, has reported the sighting of a Sandhill Crane (Grus canadensis) in his personal blog (grullas veo).
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Sandhill Cranes (Grus Canadensis) by the Hundreds Fly Across the ...

Sandhill Cranes (Grus Canadensis) by the Hundreds Fly Across the ... | Crane Connections | Scoop.it
Sandhill Cranes (Grus Canadensis) by the Hundreds Fly Across the Sky is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for any museum or gallery display.
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Animal A Day!: Demoiselle Crane

Animal A Day!: Demoiselle Crane | Crane Connections | Scoop.it
Demoiselle Cranes are the smallest members of the Crane family, and are also one of the most common species. They live in Central Asia in grassland and steppe habitats. The common name for the species actually was ...
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