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sandhill crane

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Successful treatment of capture myopathy in three wild greater sandhill cranes (Grus canadensis tabida).
The highest waterbird numbers occurred later, with the arrival and increase in numbers of Snow/Ross's Geese and of Sandhill Cranes.
Scientists placed whooping crane eggs collected from Wood Buffalo National Park and from the captive flock at Patuxent WRC in sandhill crane (Grus canadensis) nests at Gray's Lake nWr.
Population size of Cuban parrots Amazona leucocephala and sandhill cranes Grus canadensis and community involvement in their conservation in northern Isla de la Juventud, Cuba.
It focuses on preserving 4,500 acres of native grassland prairie, so whooping cranes, sandhill cranes, and other migratory birds will continue to have a safe and fruitful stopover spot.
Though we saw no bears, mostly just elk and bison, the real stars of the show were the sandhill cranes, their wild, primitive chortle echoing up and down the valley off and on throughout the morning.
As toads and frogs complete their autumn trek to find safe harbor from the cold, sandhill cranes move south.
Are Sandhill cranes indicators of waterbirds species richness on wetlands of the Mexican Plateau?
Along the way, Sammy asks the ptarmigan and sandhill cranes if they know how to get to Panama, but they are headed to other destinations just like the caribou, monarch butterfly and garter snake.
Poet Laureate Billy Collins' latest collection, Aimless Love (Random House), queries religious institutions, recalls a national tragedy, and considers sandhill cranes in Nebraska.
To evaluate the efficacy of bypassing the period of greatest chick mortality, we used greater sandhill cranes Grus canadensis tabida for our management/ adoption research.
Pilgrims are credited with naming these unique and healthy berries, originally known as "craneberries" because they have pink flowering blossoms that resemble the heads and necks of sandhill cranes.