Sandhill Crane Dance
Sandhill cranes performing a movement called bill spar and is usually performed by 2 male cranes. The sandhill crane in the background is in a position referred to as “arch”. The neck is arched up and bill pointed vertically. This is a rare display in Sandhill Cranes seen after spring return to a traditional nesting site. Each spring I watch as the sandhill cranes arrive in their spring migration back to North Routt County and their breeding ground. I see them often at Steamboat Lake this time of year, sometimes in pairs and sometimes there are 3 as they bring their young from the previous year back with them and then leave them to find their own way and mates.
This painting is beautifully framed in a thick gold frame.
It measures 24″x20″.
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