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Animal rescuers say a Florida sandhill crane taken to SeaWorld Orlando Friday for care was hit with an arrow. SeaWorld Orlando said the bird had surgery for its injuries and is in stable condition. A concerned citizen spotted the crane in some woods
Micky Sanders' peaceful Sunday afternoon drive in the Palmer Ranch development came to an abrupt end when she saw a car hit and kill a sandhill crane in the middle of the road. The driver of the black, foreign car was talking or texting on her
May 6, 2013 Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge, Colo. An electric whir filled the air of this high desert valley as Jeff Sloan, a cartographer for the United States Geological Survey, hurled a small remote-controlled airplane into the sky.
Kim Raff The Salt Lake Tribune) (left) Alice Telford listens as (right) Bill Gillingham reads a letter he wrote to her son, John W. Telford, in 2007 on the anniversary of his death in Salt Lake City on April 14, 2013...Bill Gillingham, John's old
Six-week-old twins Piper, left, and Penelope Richert are held by the Easter Bunny at Hurley Children's Hospital in Flint, Mich. Sandhill Cranes take off flying in to roost overnight along the Platte River...Today in Pictures is a daily collection of
Carrol Henderson has raised Minnesota's nongame wildlife program since it hatched 36 years ago, fostering both species and good will. Standing on Mississippi River shoreline, gazing at hundreds of trumpeter swans cavorting there, Carrol Henderson can'
A pair of whooping cranes in the shallows at the Quivira National Wildlife Refuge in central Kansas. No whooping cranes have been poached in Kansas since two died in 2004. At least 8 others have been shot in other states since, including one this
A quartet of sandhill cranes wings across the dry hills of northern New Mexico on the birds' annual spring migration toward the Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge in Colorado. An estimated 25,000 or more cranes will stop in Colorado before heading
Photos In a ritual as old as time, dawn and dusk slip across the horizon and in the first and last rays of sunlight comes a thundering, primeval sound deafening, glorious and almost terrifying as islands made up of thousands of sandhill cranes, geese
Neb.Migrating sandhill cranes have begun trickling into south-central Nebraska's Platte River Valley. Hundreds of the hundreds of thousands of crane have arrived between Grand Island and Kearney on their way to nesting areas in the Arctic. Bill