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- Sandhill cranes live in open grass-lands and prairies. During breeding season, they nest in marshes, bogs and wet meadows.
- Sandhills are known for their extravagant courtship dances. They mate for life and remain together throughout the year.
- Sandhills are the most abundant crane species in the world, often seen migrating southward in flocks of hundreds of birds.
- Sandhill cranes can fly 200 - 300 miles in a single day, and when soaring with strong tail winds, they can easily cover 500 miles.