Sandhill Cranes by Emily Kent. Several years ago I was lucky enough to be involved with The Nature Conservancy of Nebraska. As a contract photographer, the organization provided an opportunity for me to be part of a small group to witness the annual Sandhill Crane migration as half a MILLION of these magnificent birds make a stop along Nebraska's Platte River, during their long journey from northern U.S. and Canada, down to Mexico and Cuba. Thousands of birds filled the sky at dusk as we silently watched and listened through the viewing blinds. It was an absolutely unforgettable experience. Fine art photography.
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January 23rd, 2020
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