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"The crane is wilderness incarnate"

The Wisconsin River near Baraboo has become a late season congregation point for the sandhill crane. As many as 10,000 cranes converge here to rest and stock up before heading to their wintering grounds. 220 more words


19 September 2016 - PNW Migration Update

Well, after a pretty miserable few days it looks like the current system weakened a bit last night.  We still had onshore crosswinds but the birds were on the move in the metro area last night.  122 more words

Pacific Flyway

Fall Has Arrived

Dear Friends, yes indeed, fall has arrived and with the fall foliage, the Greater Sandhill Cranes have started to gather on the Meadows and the marshes of Crex Meadows Wildlife Refuge in Northwestern Wisconsin. 26 more words


Sandhill Crane Film Presentation

Wednesday, Sept 14, at 6pm, my 45-minute film, The Dance of the Sandhill Crane, will be shown at the Cheboygan Public Library for the Straits Area Audubon Society chapter. 52 more words

Jeff Lange

Sandhill Cranes 

This was from a long time ago back when I volunteered at Canterbury by the Lake. After I was done me and mom pulled over and I took this picture. 17 more words

A Lost Friend and Four Sandhill Cranes

A few weeks back my dog and good friend of 15 years passed away. It was really hard to see him go, but I am thankful for having him in my life. 213 more words

Lost Pup

Language of cranes

The Sandhills

By Linda Hogan

The language of cranes

we once were told

is the wind. The wind

is their method,

their current, the translated story… 75 more words