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Headed north, sandhill cranes squeeze in where they can

from The New York Times

You'll hear it before you see it. The ancient call of a single crane can trumpet out for miles. And when they all cry out at once the sound multiplies by the tens or hundreds of thousands. Each spring, around half a million sandhill cranes descend upon a small stretch of the Platte River in Nebraska on their way north to Canada, Alaska and Siberia, from their winter homes in Mexico and the Southwest. Starting around Valentine's Day through the first half of April, they rest there to prepare for nesting up north. more

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