Whitewater Draw

One of the amazing sites, and sights, of birding Southern Arizona is Whitewater Draw, the winter home of thousands of Sandhill Cranes. I’ll just let these pictures tell you of our visit.

We were enthralled by the way the cranes just appear as specks high in the sky and spiral down in twos or threes, hundreds at a time. As a pilot, I marvelled at the way they spilled lift, descended in close formations, and picked out a precise landing spot among the thousands already resting. It was an unforgettable day.

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One Response to Whitewater Draw

  1. Diane Silverstein says:

    Love following your birding adventures! We were at Whitewater Drawer a year ago and the number of cranes was awesome! Loved watching them come in and day settle too.

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