Learn the Language of Cranes
Bustle-up, Ground-stab, Bill-spar, Parade-march — whether dancing, preening or threatening intruders, Sandhill cranes use intricate displays to communicate with each other and the creatures that share their habitat. This fun and informative Sandhill Crane Display Dictionary will help you decipher the subtle - and not so subtle - body language cranes use to get their message across.
Full color guide covers dancing, nesting, social and defensive behaviors. Includes range map for both migratory and non-migratory subspecies throughout North America and Cuba. Photographic illustrations are printed on heavy stock and laminated. 8.5" x 22" flat, folds to 3.25" x 8.5".