It’s March, which means the sandhill cranes are back to roost at Nebraska’s Central Platte River.
Photo by Chris Helzer/TNC. 
Read more at the Prairie Ecologist.

It’s March, which means the sandhill cranes are back to roost at Nebraska’s Central Platte River.

Photo by Chris Helzer/TNC. 

Read more at the Prairie Ecologist.

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    I saw sandhill cranes in their winter home on the US-Mexico border a little over a year ago. It was an incredible...
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    Wow! Wish I could see this beautiful spectacle.
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