The Sandhill Cranes

Jameon Rush

06/29/17

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f you could see Nebraska through my eyes, you’d see one of the greatest animal migrations in the world.

More than 600,000 crimson-capped birds, moving together, wings eclipsing the sun.

You’d dream about where they came from, where they’re going and the simplicity of why they’re here at all.

Ready to see the sandhill cranes for yourself? Learn about their migration and see massive flocks of them at Crane Trust Nature & Visitor Center or Rowe Sanctuary where they stop to rest and feed on their migratory journey—sometimes as long as 5,000 miles.

My name is Jameon and this is The Sandhill Cranes through my eyes.

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