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Sandhill Crane Migration in Nebraska

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Uploaded on Apr 5, 2010

Nearly 500,000 cranes migrate each spring through Nebraska and spend about 30 days along approximately 70 miles of the Platte River. At dusk, the cranes gather on sandbars in the Platte to roost for the night. This video footage was taken from a blind at the Rowe Sanctuary near Gibbon, Neb. -- the Rowe Sanctuary also feature a Crane Cam on their Web site at http://www.rowesanctuary.org/. For more information about crane viewing in Nebraska, go to http://www.ngpc.state.ne.us/wildlife/...

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