Sandhill Crane Premium Jigsaw Puzzle

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Jigsaw puzzle for free online of a large Sandhill Crane bird. The bird is native to North America. The bird is mostly brown and grey with a red forehead and white cheeks.

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JAMP124
Feb 22, 2017
A stately bird!
angelwings
Aug 22, 2014
Beautiful bird.
toadalove
Jun 6, 2014
Still interesting!
toadalove
Apr 30, 2014
Interesting bird!
cindyj28
Apr 18, 2014
Love the sandhill crane. Used to be you could only hear them flying high above. Now they have decided this is a good area to live so you see them in a lot of empty fields. Interesting bird.
CatLadyOKC
Apr 18, 2014
Remember seeing lots of them when I was growing up at Cheyenne Bottoms & the Sand Hills in central Kansas.
cindyj28
Apr 19, 2014
I live in Northern Ill.
CatLadyOKC
Apr 19, 2014
Looked up some info on Cheyenne Bottoms:A total of 340 species of birds have been observed at Cheyenne Bottoms. At least 340 species of birds have been recorded there, including numerous Whooping Cranes and thousands of Sandhill Cranes.Cheyenne Bottoms is especially noted for the concentration of migratory shorebirds that come here to feed on the mudflats. As many as 600, 000 shorebirds from 39 species pass through Cheyenne Bottoms during spring migration and up to 200, 000 in fall. About 45 percent of all shorebirds in North America utilize the area. Cheyenne Bottoms is critical habitat for many endangered species, including the Whooping Crane. A total of 340 species of birds have been observed at Cheyenne Bottoms. Most interesting area.
KarenBuglet
Apr 19, 2014
We have a pair of these that occasionally visit our yard. One day I heard them (they are quite loud), grabbed my camera and went outside to take some pictures. My big black cat came to see what I was doing, noticed the birds and crouched down into stalking position. I looked at him and said "Really? " About that time one of the cranes noticed my cat and started slowing walking towards him. My cat realized just how big the crane was and bolted for the porch. The cranes ended up getting drinks from the bird bath and cat's water dish.
Starrphyre
Apr 18, 2014
What an absolutely astonishing variety of creatures live on this planet Earth! I never really gave it much thought until I began to enjoy our puzzles!
Eveningstar
Apr 19, 2014
Starrphyre,
I feel the same way while I build our beautiful puzzles.:)
I thank God for all He has created.:) Happy Easter.:)
PATRICIA37
Apr 18, 2014
Interesting bird, have never seen one.
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