+2qwerqE Posted November 27, 2006 Share Posted November 27, 2006 (edited) My log at 'Sandhill' Cache This cache, GCGYX8, by The M-Team is a must visit this time of year. Tens of thousands of sandhill cranes converge on this place in their annual migration, and there are very few places in the midwest to see anything like this. Hundreds of deer share the field, since the birds are protected and the deer can graze here without fear of being shot at. Bring a long lens camera and/or binoculars. The action takes place about .3mi from the observation deck. But the cranes fly in overhead in long V's and massive flocks. Their song is fabulous, and I dare you not to grin when it fills the air around you. Here's a pice fom last year's visit. Click the link above to see this year's pics. I got a great new tiny camera with a 10X zoom (Pansonic TZ1,) and this was it's maiden voyage. Oh, I think I'm in love! Oh, heck: Here's a couple from this year: So, go! You'll be glad you did. Edited November 27, 2006 by 2qwerqE Quote Link to comment
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