The cranes are flying

A quartet of sandhill cranes wings across the dry hills of northern New Mexico on the birds’ annual spring migration toward the Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge in Colorado. An estimated 25,000 or more cranes will stop in Colorado before heading to summer nesting grounds farther north.



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A quartet of sandhill cranes wings across the dry hills of northern New Mexico on the birds’ annual spring migration toward the Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge in Colorado. An estimated 25,000 or more cranes will stop in Colorado before heading to summer nesting grounds farther north.

Imagine hosting each spring a month-long party with 20,000 or more guests of honor. Guests who constantly fly in and fly out, raucously spending their days eating, drinking, dancing and…




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