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Something Fishy at the Spring Migration on the Platte River

Something’s fishy. Is it fate? Chance? God?

On the Platte River in central Nebraska I gather with friends from Chicago for the spring migration of the Sandhill Cranes. 591 more words

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March 25th

Saturday, March 25th, 2017

Remember how I said I was terrified of Sandhill Cranes? I guess you just have to know the right guy for the job. 90 more words

March 2017

YOUR DOSE OF CRANES FOR THE DAY

It is raining…again.  The dog is recovering from knew surgery…still.  I’ll not get outside much today.  But there are still images of Sandhill Cranes from a recent day spent under partly sunny skies on Sauvie Island.  361 more words

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NEBRASKA...A BIRD WATCHER'S PARADISE - PREPARATION 1

I’ve driven through, ridden through, and flown over Nebraska.  I also spent a year in Broken Bow, Nebraska one week, but I’ve never really taken a good look at it beyond the flat corn fields and cattle dotting the hillsides. 191 more words

BIRD WATCHERS

March 16th

Thursday, March 16th, 2017

These big goofy dinosaur-like birds are back!

I’m pretty petrified of Sandhill Cranes, as I came across one with a baby by accident when I was riding my horse as a child, and it flew at me and very nearly attacked both me and my horse. 95 more words

March 2017

Hunting sandhill cranes at Delta

Friday, September 24, 1982—got gear ready by early afternoon to go to Delta to hunt Sandhill Cranes and hopefully some geese. Drove up to Glennallen and stayed at Darrel’s in the evening. 240 more words

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