Date: 3/15/21 7:18 am
From: Jeff Kaczmarski <jeffkaz...>
Subject: [wisb] Re: Sandhill Crane migration
Last Saturday (3/13) in the later afternoon I saw 2 large flocks of
sandhill cranes flying north over Oconomowoc. The flocks were separate but
relatively close, maybe .5 km. apart. The first flock had a little over 50
birds and the second over 30. I took phone video. Beautiful to see. Jeff
On Mon, Mar 15, 2021 at 6:22 AM Alan & Joan Linquist <linquists...>
wrote:

> I took a neighborhood walk on Saturday morning, and besides the robins,
> the downy, the house finches, the Canada geese, the cardinals, the red wing
> blackbirds the calls of the neighborhood sandhill cranes, , (and the lone
> bald eagle), I saw a dozen sandhill cranes fly over in a group. It really
> picks your spirits up. Alan LinquistWashington County
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