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106 UNISON CALL - SANDHILL CRANES

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Sandhill Cranes. Platte River Valley, Nebraska. With heads above the crowd, two sandhill cranes unison call to reaffirm their life-long pair bond. Unison calls are loud and rapid synchronized duets. When the trumpet-like staccato calls are given, the male's head is held higher than the female's and his call is lower pitched and less rapid. The crane's unison call is a true symbol of wilderness.
Copyright
MICHAEL FORSBERG / www.michaelforsberg.com
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2400x1606 / 3.8MB
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Feature prints, Art Cards - boxes of 10, Ancient Cranes
Sandhill Cranes. Platte River Valley, Nebraska.  With heads above the crowd, two sandhill cranes unison call to reaffirm their life-long pair bond. Unison calls are loud and rapid synchronized duets. When the trumpet-like staccato calls are given, the male's head is held higher than the female's and his call is lower pitched and less rapid. The crane's unison call is a true symbol of wilderness.