The cranes and herons have returned to southern Wisconsin. Hundreds of sandhill cranes have been spotted near Whitewater, and great blue herons are now building and repairing nests at a rookery near Fort Atkinson. In celebration of their return, and the advent of spring, I am posting a remarkable set of photographs taken by my friend, Georgia Kestol-Bauer. Taken several years ago, these photos capture two sandhill cranes in a courtship dance atop a cranberry bog near Warrens, Wisconsin.
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great photos Georgia – the dance of love, as done by big bird