These three gorgeous Sandhill Cranes decided to have breakfast in my front yard today. I must have a lot of bugs in my grass because they stayed for almost an hour. LOL
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Peaches was making a commotion the other day in my home office, so I ran in there to see what was going on. She had found Big Bird outside of our window, and was trying to communicate with the bird.
My grandson's daddy was raised near the Gray's Lake Bird Refuge in Idaho. They pass by it each time they visit their other grandparents.
This beautiful sand crane was wandering around my front yard on Monday looking for his breakfast of tasty bugs and worms.
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These two creatures are beautiful, elegant and they mate for life. Often they come by to look for lizards which they are abundant in the area.
This is a baby Sand Hill Crane. I saw it out my window when my grandson Zack said "big bird, big bird!"