Two girls in a jeep rumble around the country roads of Nebraska to check out the spring sandhill crane migration and can’t believe their eyes. Be careful. Watching this might make you a craniac.
May 7, 2010
Craniac Country: Nebraska’s Sandhill Crane Migration
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