Taking Flight

Bosque Del Apache NWR, New Mexico

A pair of sandhill cranes take flight in a Bosque Del Apache wetland. Bosque is an important waterfowl refuge and winter range for sandhill cranes of the Rocky Mountain Population. These Greater sandhill cranes migrate between New Mexico and Greater Yellowstone in spring and fall, as they have for millions of years. Remarkable creatures for many reasons, sandhills are living dinosaurs. 

Grus canadensis. Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.

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