“Final Approach” (Sandhill Cranes)
Found in several scattered areas of North America, Sandhill Cranes reach their peak abundance at migratory stopover points on the Great Plains. The early spring gathering of Sandhills on the Platte River in Nebraska is among the greatest wildlife spectacles on the continent, with over a quarter of a million birds present at one time. Although they are currently very common, their dependence on key stopover sites makes them vulnerable to loss of habitat in the future.
This particular pair are coming in for a landing and are on the “Final Approach”
This pencil drawing has been framed, double-matted in tones of gray, and covered in non-glare glass. Its overall size is 21 X 24 inches.
It is available for purchase $550