192,000 Sandhill Cranes

We went out to Audubon’s Rowe Bird Sanctuary for a quick look at some early crane migration action. The weekly ‘census’ informs us that there are 192,000 of these guys running around the corn fields, right now. (They take pictures from an airplane, and count heads, apparently. ) Birds on the ground and birds in

Steel Cranes

Since nothing was familiar enough to photograph on my trip back to my childhood home, I wound up taking a couple pictures on the way back. Yup. More rest area art. Central Nebraska is one of the places the cranes stop to rest on their annual migration. And this…  Well, this would be a 100%

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