Looking Ahead to Spring… Are you ready?
March 2012. We’re currently putting together some plans to photograph the spring migration of the sandhill cranes along the Platte River in Nebraska, from Grand Island to Kearney. An estimated 500,000 sandhill cranes pass through Nebraska’s Platte River Valley migrating along an 80 mile wide flyway. The numbers are an estimated 80% of the world’s population of the birds stopping here to feed on corn to fuel their bodies for the flight to breeding grounds in the north.
Spectacular photography can be achieved in special blinds in the early morning and evenings, along the rivers and cornfields. Please let us know ASAP if you think you may be interested in joining us as we are finalizing pricing for the trip; blind and hotel reservations.