Filed under Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico bird photography, New Mexico birds
Very nice. Love the video. And the splash at the end :)
Thanks Scott. I love the Sandhill Cranes. I’m trying to improve my video skills. Thanks for the encouragement! :-)
Wonderful! I’ve never seen any sandhill cranes IRL. I enjoyed the video! Noisy bunch!! :)
You must make an effort to see them. They’re beautiful! And yes, they’re very noisy!!
Great! You brought back memories of my visit to the bosque. :-)
You’re just going to have to go again Bob. I love Bosque del Apache. :-)
Super nice Linda!
Thanks Steve. I never get tired of seeing the Sandhill Cranes!
Gorgeous! Laura & I went to see the Sandhill Cranes a couple of months ago. Went to wait for the sunset for their return and whoosh, thousands descended from the sky. Utterly amazing! Neither of us got photos as good as yours though!
Isn’t it amazing to watch them? I think they are such beautiful birds. Very regal; almost prehistoric in a way. Thanks for your nice compliment about my photos!
I loved hearing them in the video!
I love the sounds that the cranes make. Grew up near Bitter Lake NWR, and that sound reminds me of my childhood. Happy that you enjoyed the video! :-)
Great flight photos. Super video! I love watching Sandhill Cranes. They crack me up when they come in for a landing.
Thank you Lovely Dawn. I love watching them put down their landing gear and float down for a landing. Happy you like the video! :-)
WoW! Outstanding captures, Linda! I remember as a kid (SC South Dakota) hearing the Cranes heading South for the Winter.
Thank you so much Cindy! The sound that the cranes make is to me one of the loveliest sounds in nature. Happy you enjoyed the post. :-)
Cool photos and lovely birds.
Thank you Eileen. I love the Sandhill Cranes!
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