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Birds of Kentucky: Sandhill Cranes off Ky 206



2011-02-24 - KY 206, Adair Co., KY - Photo by Barbara Armitage.
The Great Backyard Bird Count has a lot of unexpected thrills. One of the greatest for veteran bird watchers Wayne and Barbara Armitage was when their friend Lucille Lemmon spotted a flock of Sandhill Cranes off KY 206 and called them to come join her. There are over two dozen of the big birds in the photo above. Barbara Armitage says the whole flock on the ground must have totaled over 200.

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