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Group offers new options to see sandhill crane migration

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. — After a February of super cold weather, the sun’s warmth has made its presence felt again in south-central Nebraska. The warm weather and cool breezes from the south have aided the

The great sandhill crane convergence

Tens of thousands of the cranes are stopping in rural northwestern Indiana as part of their annual fall migration, and birdwatchers are once again lining up for a view of the spectacle.

Massive sandhill cranes migration stop in northwestern Indiana

MEDARYVILLE, Ind. — Thousands of sandhill cranes have been roosting in rural northwestern Indiana as part of their annual fall migration. More than 10,000 cranes a day have been counted at Jasper-Pulaski Fish & Wildlife Area. The

Sandhill cranes making widespread recovery

Scientists said the biggest factor in the cranes’ population boom is the conservation and restoration of wetlands, marshes and prairies, which is their preferred habitat for nesting and breeding.

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