OUTside Connection February 25, 2009

Cranes’ migration one of nature’s spectacles

A FLOCK OF SANDHILL CRANES forages in a wetlands at the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge south of Socorro, N.M. Cranes, snow geese and other waterfowl flock by the thousands each winter to the Bosque, which straddles the Rio Grande in southern New Mexico.



022509 OUTside cranes

A FLOCK OF SANDHILL CRANES forages in a wetlands at the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge south of Socorro, N.M. Cranes, snow geese and other waterfowl flock by the thousands each winter to the Bosque, which straddles the Rio Grande in southern New Mexico.

Birds of a feather … OK, you didn’t read it here first, but until you’ve seen large (and I’m talking large) gatherings of birds you never quite grasp how true the old…




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