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102 AT THE NEST - SANDHILL CRANE

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Sandhill Crane, Central Wisconsin. A greater sandhill crane uses its bill as a brush, painting itself with muddy, iron-stained wetland soils to camouflage itself at the nest. Sandhill cranes are one of the only bird species in the world that paints.
Copyright
MICHAEL FORSBERG / www.michaelforsberg.com
Image Size
2400x3628 / 9.1MB
Contained in galleries
Feature prints, Art Cards - boxes of 10, Ancient Cranes
Sandhill Crane, Central Wisconsin. A greater sandhill crane uses its bill as a brush, painting itself with muddy, iron-stained wetland soils to camouflage itself at the nest. Sandhill cranes are one of the only bird species in the world that paints.