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Mountain Plovers, sandpipers, Sandhill Cranes and egrets are among the most-spotted birds during migration.
Their topics include zooarchaeological evidence for sandhill crane (Grus canadensis) breeding in northwestern Washington State; archaeological freshwater mussel remains and their use in the conservation of an imperiled fauna; the overkill hypothesis and conservation biology; paleozoological stable isotope data for modern management of historically extirpated Missouri black bears; and the past, present, and future of small terrestrial mammals in human diets.
San Francisco Bay Area 6 Sandhill cranes like to display, bugling loudly and crane dancing, almost like a "flash mob for birds," says Alvaro Jaramillo (see right).
The sandhill cranes nest in our fields and Canada geese in the pond.
Blood samples collected from wild turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo) and sandhill cranes (Grus canadensis) in eight of 21 counties in Florida, USA, and one of two counties in southern Georgia, USA, were antibody-positive for IBDV serotype 2, indicating that exposure from wild birds sharing habitat with whooping cranes is possible.
The Cuban subspecies of Sandhill Crane (Grus canadensis nesiotes) is one of many endemic bird subspecies and species present in Cuba.
An enormous sandhill crane laboured into the air with a noisy clatter of wings and rattle of voice.
The smut Sam's mother let him tractor his body through--the world he pasted on his ceiling so as not to crane his neck holding himself 'til blind with touching--seemed golden to me, like bodies built of golden seal, like the butterfly smut between their legs I was as blind to then as my father was, when the tractor caught a nest of sandhill cranes during haying, of the world he'd ended.