Sandhill cranes featured in Stikine River Birding Festival

Sandhill Cranes could be the oldest bird species in the world. They’re some of the first birds to move through Southeast Alaska during spring migration. But where are they going and what do they do when they get there? Angela Denning talks with sandhill crane expert, Dr. Gary Ivey, to find out more. Ivey is the keynote speaker at the Stikine River Birding Festival, April 25-28 in Wrangell.

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