Sandhill Strolling Through Strands
Sandhill cranes are opportunistic eaters. Grains, grubs, insects, frogs, rodents, roots – even smaller birds are a part of their varied diet. On this particular autumn day, this crane was perusing a field that had yet to be flooded,. I just love how the strands of wild grasses caught the afternoon light – they simply glisten!
Photo Credits: Sandhill Strolling Along Strands , by Susan J. Preston, Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge © 2022, all rights reserved
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