Spot Hundreds Of Sandhill Cranes In Idaho This Fall At Grays Lake National Wildlife Refuge

Outdoor adventures aren’t just for summertime. In fact, fall is a wonderful time of year to get out there and explore Idaho’s inspiring wilderness. Not only does fall bring a colorful change to our state’s landscapes, but it’s also when wildlife can be spotted doing all sorts of amazing things. For instance, right now Grays Lake National Wildlife Refuge is home to the largest nesting population of sandhill cranes in the world and seeing them should be a bucket list item for every nature lover. Plan a visit to this beautiful wildlife refuge soon and see the cranes for yourself, or you’ll have to wait until next year!

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

Do you think you’ll make a trip to see the sandhill cranes this year? This is truly a spectacular event…and it happens right here in the Gem State! Check out another great fall adventure when you read about The One Idaho Town That Everybody Must Visit This Fall.