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028 PORTRAIT OF A CRANE - SANDHILL CRANE

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Sandhill Crane - Platte River Valley, Nebraska. A stately sandhill crane stands in a secluded wet meadow near the Platte River. Sandhill cranes can stand from 31/2 to 5 feet tall with wing spans up to nearly seven feet. During their stay on the Platte, wet meadows provide invertebrates that are a small but critical part of their diet important in healthy egg and chick development. Wet meadows also provide cranes secluded are as to rest, court, preen and bathe.
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MICHAEL FORSBERG / www.michaelforsberg.com
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2400x3599 / 4.6MB
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Feature prints, Art Cards - boxes of 10, Ancient Cranes
Sandhill Crane - Platte River Valley, Nebraska.  A stately sandhill crane stands in a secluded wet meadow near the Platte River. Sandhill cranes can stand from 31/2 to 5 feet tall with wing spans up to nearly seven feet. During their stay on the Platte, wet meadows provide invertebrates that are a small but critical part of their diet important in healthy egg and chick development. Wet meadows also provide cranes secluded are as to rest, court, preen and bathe.