Sandhill Cranes #birding #alabama

Sandhill cranes often stop outside of Centre Alabama during the middle of winter.  This year is no exception.

The majority of the flock (about 1000 birds) has shifted to a new location. It’s one with better water and hunting. Unfortunately it’s a little further from the road.  There are still smaller flocks off CR22 where they were before.

Author: Amelia

A mild-mannered professor of computer science in real-life, I remove my glasses in the evening to become, well, a mild-mannered author in my alternate reality. I mostly write sweet romantic fiction, although with an occasional science-fiction or paranormal angle thrown in. I have interests in history, mathematics (D'oh), and cryptography. I'm also something of an Anglophile, and know that country pretty well. In addition to writing, research, and more writing, I volunteer with the scouts. I'm something of a nature-nut, enjoying long walks in the country with almost ultra-light gear, boating, and identifying wildlife.

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