The Sandhill Crane Migration Signals Spring Has Arrived In Interior Alaska

If you need another reason to know that spring is here, then the annual Sandhill Crane migration is another wonderful way to tell that summer is on its way. Every spring, these gorgeous birds fly north from their winter homes. Keep your eyes peeled in early to mid-May for the arrival of the Sandhill Cranes at their nesting grounds.

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If you’re looking for spots to see some amazing birds this spring, then you need to read about The 7 Birding Hotspots In Alaska You Need To Visit This Spring.

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