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Cat Edwardes Apr 3
A pair of Red Crowned Cranes walking through the snow I love the way they fluff out their black wing tips Canon 5DIV 500mm ISO 640, f5.6 1/2500s © Cat Edwardes Photography
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Nezzy 8 Aug 15
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Int Crane Foundation 28 Jan 17
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shim Mar 5
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shim 22 Oct 17
Ezo red fox that aims for opportunity
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Int Crane Foundation Dec 16
“Winter is coming.” ~ George R.R. Martin
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Eliana Oda || 小田春美 2 May 17
My grandpa used to draw a lot of red crowned cranes. I wonder if we still have one of those drawings around?
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Magical_Patches 21 Nov 17
Embroidery Red-crowned Crane patches , "白鹤亮翅"Means:White crane spreads its wings . rayon embroidery thread , flocked fabric . Follow us @magicalpatches, Custom your own patches, You want & We make!
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Zoo New England 7 Nov 15
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Cat Edwardes Mar 16
A Red Crowned Crane in the light snowfall in Hokkaido Japan. Canon 5DIV 500mm ISO 400, f4 1/2500s © Cat Edwardes Photography
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Int Crane Foundation Sep 12
New research from discovers meaning of arch display:
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Juliet Marsh 17 Apr 16
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Int Crane Foundation Dec 25
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shim Feb 17
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Columbus Zoo 22 Nov 15
– the is the heaviest of the crane species!
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AceiestArtist Jan 22
Originally doodled in my zen buddhism class, b/c the context made me start thinking about Japanese art. Also my first ever attempt at using watercolor pencils!
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Hobbs Photos Apr 7
The Chase - Red Crowned Cranes taken in Japan, about to take flight.
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InsideJapan Tours 17 Feb 18
An icon of Japan: the tancho or red crowned crane are believed to represent longevity and happiness and February is the best time to see them:
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InsideJapan Tours 2 Mar 18
Natural beauty, wonderful wildlife and sumptuous seafood - here are four reasons why you should head to Hokkaido:
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Cat Edwardes Mar 18
A juvenile Red Crowned Crane coming into land .. the juveniles have particularly nice dark wing tips. Canon 5DIV 500mm ISO 640, f5.6 1/4000s © Cat Edwardes Photography
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