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Sandhill Crane
Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico

Six subspecies of Sandhill Cranes are recognized, three of which are migratory. The migratory group (Lesser, Greater and Canadian) are distributed across a broad breeding range in the northern U.S. and Canada as well as eastern Siberia, with wintering grounds in the southern United States and northern Mexico. The non-migratory subspecies (Mississippi, Cuban, and Florida) are found in the southern United States and Cuba.

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Sandhill Crane<br />
Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico<br />
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Six subspecies of Sandhill Cranes are recognized, three of which are migratory. The migratory group (Lesser, Greater and Canadian) are distributed across a broad breeding range in the northern U.S. and Canada as well as eastern Siberia, with wintering grounds in the southern United States and northern Mexico. The non-migratory subspecies (Mississippi, Cuban, and Florida) are found in the southern United States and Cuba.<br />
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