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 "Sandhill Crane"  © Rob Dietz
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(@RobDietz) Rob Dietz said:March 23rd, 2017 (5:18am) PDT
Thanks, an they are awful noisy too!
(@pamelabole) Pamela Bole said:March 22nd, 2017 (8:26pm) PDT
Wow....they are big! That must have been amazing to watch them fly over your heads! Wonderful capture!! : )
(@RobDietz) Rob Dietz said:March 15th, 2017 (11:53am) PDT
Thanks ladies!
(@guiney) Lillian said:March 13th, 2017 (6:46am) PDT
lovely in flight image
(@Marthe) marthe said:March 12th, 2017 (5:49pm) PDT
nice capture
(@RobDietz) Rob Dietz said:March 9th, 2017 (9:20am) PST
Thanks, glad you liked it!
(@Jennybear) Jenny Stevens said:March 9th, 2017 (7:23am) PST
Hi Rob. One winter in Arizona, my friends and I drove to a marsh and I have never seen so many Sandhill Cranes ... amazing bird. A grand capture of these most lovely birds.
(@KENBURROWS) Ken Burrows said:March 9th, 2017 (6:59am) PST
Great capture of these, Rob. On Wednesday we spotted 3 Sandhill Cranes in a local field. I could only see them through binoculars. Spring is coming, the birds are passing through.
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Rob Dietz
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Sandhill Cranes winter in the southern USA and nest in the prairies and Arctic tundra. I have sen more of these magnificent birds in recent years as they migrate through our area. At 45 inches tall they are hard to miss as they feed in agricultural fields or marshes. Two flew over Callie and I as we went for a morning stroll in the park. Hope you like it!



Uploaded: Mar 9th, 2017 (5:54am)
Category: Wildlife/Animals
GPS: Lat: 41.96434, Lon: -82.52732
Camera: NIKON D80
Focal Length: 300 mm
Aperture: f/16
Shutter Speed: 1/400 sec
ISO: 500


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