September 29, 2018

Migrating

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September 29, 2018
Migrating

Species: Antigone canadensis | Location: Denali National Park, Alaska, United States

Late summer, while concentrating on another subject in Denali National Park, I heard the prehistoric squawking of hundreds of sandhill cranes and quickly swung the rig around and captured this group on their migration.

About The Photographer

I'm a serious amateur, mainly interested in nature photography, and have visited Denali National Park many time and have never been let down on the quantity and variety of wildlife available to photograph there.

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