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sand·hill crane

 (sănd′hĭl′)
n.
A large crane (Grus canadensis) of North America and northeastern Siberia, having gray plumage and a bald red forehead.

sand′hill crane`

(ˈsændˌhɪl)
n.
a North American crane, Grus canadensis, having bluish gray plumage and a red forehead.
[1795–1805]
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One side of the teapot shows two Sandhill cranes (native to South Carolina) beneath a tall palm tree.
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Each August as thousands of Sandhill Cranes begin their southward progress from Alaska, the Tanana Valley rings with gathering calls.
We spotted a deer, a raccoon, birds of prey and rust-coloured sandhill cranes.
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However, 37% of all waterbirds were light geese, and another 44% were Northern Shovelers (Anas clypeata), Sandhill Cranes, and White-fronted Geese (Anser albifrons; Fig.
Astoundingly, the sandhill cranes raised the whooping cranes as their own the young birds even followed the migration routes of their surrogate parents.
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The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is soliciting comments for its 2017-18 waterfowl and other migratory bird hunting regulations, including sandhill cranes.
Every March, more than 500,000 sandhill cranes converge in central Nebraska, fattening up on corn waste for their migration to Alaska, Canada, and Siberia.