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Tom Hodgson, Cranes in Field


Tom Hodgson, Cranes in Field
5,000 to 6,000 Sandhill Cranes are gathering at Haehnle Sanctuary each evening, two hours before sunset. Last year, 1,000 or less were counted. They'll be Haehnle, 20 minutes west of Chelsea, until mid November. www.sandhillcranesgather.com

By Pam Conn on October 22, 2012.

On November 5, 2012, wrote:
Nov 5 Crane count is expected to exceed all previous counts. Come and watch as the cranes glide into the wetland area. 2 hours before sunset.

On November 17, 2012, Pam Conn wrote:
Over 7400 Cranes! The Cranes have exceeded all previous records. Still lots of Cranes - stop at Haehnle Sanctaury to see them before they all migrate.

On November 22, 2012, Pam Conn wrote:
November 19 Crane count broke another record 8100 sandhill cranes. What a great time to see nature at its best! Do not miss the recycled metal sculpture cranes located through out Chelsea area. And pick up your crane map for Haehnle Sanctuary. www.sandhillcranesgather.com

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