This week our biologist, Greg Corace, discovered two sandhill cranes with young. Oddly enough, like horses, the sandhill crane young are called colts and the adult females are called mares. However, the adult males are not called stallions, instead they are roans.
Photo: Greg Corace
What beautiful creatures! The Seney Natural History Association helps fund programs at the Seney National Wildlife Refuge. To donate to this organization, click the link below.
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Raju’s spikes have been taken off and today he will take his first step to freedom in 50 years. His wounds are infected and need a lot of care. Will you help by supporting Raju ? http://www.wildlifesos.org/donate
We’re so happy Raju has been freed; to donate to Wildlife SOS, click the link below.