• LEARNING THEIR LANGUAGE

    2 monthes ago - By Karen Casebeer Photography

    When I lived in Northport, I saw White-Tail Deer near my property on a daily basis. Over time, I began to understand what their body language meant, the foot stomping and the subtle ear and tail movements.
    Now that I'm seeing this Sandhill Crane couple in the same spots when I go to farm country, I'm trying to learn what their nonverbal communications are telling me. Good friends from Kalamazoo sent me the Sandhill Crane Display Dictionary, and it's really helping me do that.
    I've often noticed that one crane will be pecking for food in a field while the other will stand tall a short...
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