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The Florida Sandhill Crane is far less common, with some 5,000 individuals remaining. They are most threatened by habitat destruction and probably depend on human management in the long run. In Florida, it is protected. Since the loss of habitat is a somewhat controllable cause of a declining population, habitat preservation is a valuable management measure. Capture in Venice ,Florida at the Venice Rookery
canon 40D
canon 400mm
ISO 640
1/400 f 5.6

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bird, florida, nature, close up, sandhill crane

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  • JamieGreen
    JamieGreenover 4 years ago

    A beautiful looking bird.I love the depth of field. And the shadows playing on his head and back….instant fave

  • thank you so much jamie

    – kathy s gillentine

  • hereforfun
    hereforfunover 4 years ago

    Fabulous lighting and capture Kathy, lovely work

  • thank you very much trudi

    – kathy s gillentine

  • mrcoradour
    mrcoradourover 4 years ago

    What a super looking Bird, haven’t seen one of these.

    Great shot

  • thank you malcolm, they are beautiful birds, I don;t see alot of them here

    – kathy s gillentine

  • Sean Jansen
    Sean Jansenover 4 years ago

    Gorgeous bird Kathy. Beautifully captured !

  • thanks so much Sean

    – kathy s gillentine

  • Sue  Fellows
    Sue Fellowsover 4 years ago

    Beautiful capture, Kathy!!…. :-))

  • thank you Sue

    – kathy s gillentine

  • Denis Molodkin
    Denis Molodkinover 4 years ago

    Stunning work, excellent composition, good job!

  • thank you Denis

    – kathy s gillentine

  • Robert Elliott
    Robert Elliottover 4 years ago

    yes i’m looking at you you beautiful bird, lovely shot Kathy

  • thank you Robert, they are beautiful birds

    – kathy s gillentine

  • Martina Fagan
    Martina Faganover 4 years ago

    Just a stunning looking bird, great shot

  • thanks tina, they are beautiful birds

    – kathy s gillentine

  • Aleksander
    Aleksanderover 4 years ago

    an amazing image of a threatened species Kathy!

  • thank you so much

    – kathy s gillentine

  • rasnidreamer
    rasnidreamerover 4 years ago

    Magnificent image Kathy. The lighting is so neat, and I love the angle of his body.Instant fav. my friend!!

  • thank you very much sue

    – kathy s gillentine

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