Clicking the pics might make you want to do the happy dance.
At one of the lakes looking back at Saggy Bottoms.
Sandhill Cranes in the sunset.
A Sandhill Crane doing the happy dance.
Sandhill Crane coming in for a landing.
3/6/2022 08:29:55 pm
I did click on the video...my internet connection has been very wonky the last two days, so I saw only about 4 minutes....and kept having to re-connect. I'll watch more later. But so far, I have delighted in hearing them. Used to hear that talking they do among themselves when they were flying high up in those long v's on their way to someplace in early spring or late fall. Lovely,
3/6/2022 09:51:04 pm
Yeah there definitely noisy birds. Then put 20,000 of them together and the racket is almost unbearable.
3/7/2022 09:17:39 am
Don't know what you are worried about. For You Tube videos, yours are excellent. I had kind of visualized what they might look like in flight from your pictures, but the video is much better. One thing most You Tube video suffers from is herky jerky camera work, oftentimes enough to make you sick. Yours was quite excellent and very smooth. I really did enjoy your video of the cranes and see why you made such an effort to go see them.
3/7/2022 11:54:11 am
Thank you so much KennyD. Sorry it took me so long to respond. I've been heading back to the Pima County Fairgrounds this morning, and I'm now happily ensconced in the boondocking area.
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