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This Incredible Nebraska Spectacle Is Like Nothing Else In The World

Every spring, Nebraska becomes host to some 500,000 winged visitors. These tourists converge on a small swath of land along the Platte River for a few weeks to fatten up and rest before continuing on their long journey. These special visitors are sandhill cranes, and their presence is an exciting part of late winter/early spring in Nebraska.

Even if you’ve never been much of a bird watcher, everyone should make an exception for the spring sandhill crane migration. This natural event is beyond compare, and it happens every year only in Nebraska.

Delana
Delana is a writer and editor who has lived in Nebraska for most of her life.