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2011 03-28 Shelton, Nebraska for the Sandhill Crane Migration
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Panorama taken at the Shelton exit off I-80 in central Nebraska.  Perched by the Platte River to witness the annual Sandhill Crane migration.

Taken March 28, 2011.

Copyright: Adam thede
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Uppladdad: 09/04/2011
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Tags: crane; sandhill; sandhill crane; migration; platte river; river; platte; nebraska; shelton; march; 2011; bird
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