Mother Earth loves her tan, but I bet she longs for Spring.
Sandhill Cranes love Husker corn, but I bet it leaves them wanting.
“Hay Cranes! What the bale do you think you’re doing?”
Nonchalant well-defined, minus the red cap.
Under the radar
Love Mr. Crane’s red cap – it makes him stand out in crowd.
The cranes are a great opportunity. We get the occasional heron but they’re pretty solitary.
the sky is almost purple in the first shot, its beautiful. We have cranes down in the somerset levels in UK now, a farmer re-introduced them some years ago and now we have a flock of 40’ish I think. Well, it’s a start!
Brilliant, saw a sandhill crane in the UK many years ago, obviously very lost! Brian
Such gorgeous pictures of cranes: birds we don’t see in the UK. Thank you!
Really enjoyed these photos, I loved the cranes in flight.
I think so, too. 🙂 Thank you, Linda!
The Crane show is stupendous, Lloyd.
We saw an estimated 10,000 come back to the Platte River at sunset.
Glad you like these. 🙂 Thank you kindly!
Thank you! 🙂 Glad you liked.
The Sandhill Crane migration is one of the largest in the world.
Quite the eye-opener! I hope to go see them again in April.
Thank you kindly, Brian! 🙂 It is one helluva show.
Wow! wonderfully 🙂
You’re more than welcome, Lizzie. 🙂 Thank you for the fine compliment!
Thank you kindly, Trish! 🙂 Glad you enjoyed this post.
🙂 Thank you dearly, Annica!
Hay!……..great post UT!
Hay there, Wayne! 🙂 Glad you liked. Thank you!
Interesting birds! Thanks for posting!
Thank you, Margaret! 🙂 I love sharing! UT