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608 EVENING ON PAUL'S LAKE

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For millennia lesser Sandhill cranes have used the saline lakes of the southern High Plains. In recent years, many of these spring-fed lakes have dried up as the Ogallala Aquifer has declined, forcing cranes to alter their migratory and wintering locations. Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge, Texas.
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MICHAEL FORSBERG / www.michaelforsberg.com
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For millennia lesser Sandhill cranes have used the saline lakes of the southern High Plains.  In recent years, many of these spring-fed lakes have dried up as the Ogallala Aquifer has declined, forcing cranes to alter their migratory and wintering locations.  Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge, Texas.