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Crowned Crane
Crowned Crane
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More About Cranes ...
Cranes are large, long-legged and long-necked birds of the order Gruiformes, and family Gruidae. Unlike the similar-looking but unrelated herons, cranes fly with necks outstretched, not pulled back. Most have elaborate and noisy courting displays or "dances". Cranes mate for life. Some species of cranes migrate over long distances, while cranes in warm climates do not migrate at all. Cranes are gregarious, forming large flocks where their numbers are sufficient.

Everywhere crane numbers are diminishing. The plight of the Whooping Cranes of North America inspired some of the first US legislation to protect endangered species.

They are opportunistic feeders that may change their diet according to the season. They eat suitably sized prey such as small rodents, fish and amphibians, but will eat grain and berries during late summer and autumn (the cranberry is so-named from its being extensively eaten by some northern species of crane).

There are representatives of this group on all the continents except Antarctica and South America. Not all the "cranes" in Australia are actually cranes: the "White Crane" is actually the Great Egret while the "Blue Crane" is the White-faced Heron.
Taxonmony
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Aves
Order: Gruiformes
Family: Gruidae
Source: Wikipedia Read more about Cranes
AUDIO CLIPS
Common Crane
0.015MB  MP3  Hear Sound
Oiseaux.net
Common Crane sound
Black-necked Crane
0.051MB  WAV  Hear Sound
Children of the Earth United
Black-necked Crane vocalization. "At about three months of age, chicks are able to perform the guard call, a single loud call that warns other cranes of danger. The most significant vocalization is the "unison call." The unison call consists of a complex, but carefully orchestrated duet performed by a mated pair of cranes".
Sandhill Crane
Streaming  RAM  Hear Sound
NatureSound Studio
Carolina Wren and Sandhill Cranes. See if you can identify the sound of the crane
Sandhill Crane
0.208MB  WAV  Hear Sound
Florida Bird Songs
Sandhill Crane call
Crane
0.009MB  RA  Hear Sound
web.edunet4u.net/~nature/
Group vocalizations
White-Naped Crane
0.009MB  RA  Hear Sound
web.edunet4u.net/~nature/
White-Naped Crane call
Hooded Crane
0.009MB  RA  Hear Sound
web.edunet4u.net/~nature/
Hooded Crane call
Crane
0.097MB  RM  Hear Sound
Ceský rozhlas Online
Crane - Hlas jeřába popelavého
Common Crane
0.130MB  WAV  Hear Sound
Välenomrĺdet
Common Crane call
Common Crane
0.168MB  MP3  Hear Sound
The Virtual Bird
Common Crane call
Sandhill Crane
0.485MB  WAV  Hear Sound
Calgary's Weaselhead Society
Sandhill Crane
Sandhill Crane
Streaming  RAM  Hear Sound
Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Sound recordings with scientific data. To view spectrograms, follow this link
Whooping Crane
Streaming  RAM  Hear Sound
Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Sound recordings with scientific data. To view spectrograms, follow this link
Sandhill Crane
MP3  Hear Sound
National Geographic
Sandhill Crane sound clip
Whooping Crane
MP3  Hear Sound
National Geographic
Whooping Crane sound clip
Crane
0.057MB  WAV  Hear Sound
Bird Population in Taivalkoski
Crane audio clip
Whooping Crane
Streaming  RAM  Hear Sound
Birdwatcher's digest
Whooping Crane call
Sandhill Crane
0.281MB  MP3  Hear Sound
Wisconsin Breeding Bird Atlas
Sandhill Crane call; from John Feith's Bird Song Ear Training Guide CD
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