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A group of Common Cranes gather in dawn light on their night-roost on a lake in the Featured Common Crane Print

A group of Common Cranes gather in dawn light on their night-roost on a lake in the

A group of Common Cranes gather in dawn light, on their night-roost on a lake in the German state of Brandenburg, close to Berlin September 26, 2009. From September to November tens of thousands of Cranes use the rural area close to the German Capital for a stopover during their migration from Scandinavia and Eastern Europe to their wintering quarters in Spain. The agricultural plains surrounding Berlin are among the biggest Crane roosts in entire Europe with several tens of thousands birds gathering during the peak of migration between September and November. Picture taken September 26, 2009. REUTERS/Thomas Krumenacker (REUTERS ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY) - BM2E59S12YI01

Common Crane (Grus Cinerea0 (hand-coloured litho) Featured Common Crane Print

Common Crane (Grus Cinerea0 (hand-coloured litho)

1772804 Common Crane (Grus Cinerea0 (hand-coloured litho) by Gould, John (1804-81) (after); Collection of the Duke of Devonshire, Chatsworth House, UK; (add.info.: Illustration from The Birds of Great Britain by John Gould, printed in London, 1862-73.
Most plates engraved by H. Richter.); © Devonshire Collection, Chatsworth; Reproduced by permission of Chatsworth Settlement Trustees; English, out of copyright

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Common / Eurasian cranes (Grus grus) three 18 month juveniles, Bart, Christine' Featured Common Crane Print

Common / Eurasian cranes (Grus grus) three 18 month juveniles, Bart, Christine'

Common / Eurasian cranes (Grus grus) three 18 month juveniles, Bart, Christine and Gilbert, released by the Great Crane Project onto the Somerset Levels and Moors, calling in Barley stubble field at dawn with bustles raised as other flock members look on, Somerset, UK, October 2011. 2020VISION Exhibition. Did you know? 400 years ago the Great Crane was lost from Britain due to habitat draining, but this project is bringing them back.Second place in Mankind and Nature portfolio category of Melvita Nature Images Awards 2012, organised by Terre Sauvage

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