The Red Crowned Cranes of the Yancheng Wetlands, China

The Red Crowned Cranes of the Yancheng Wetlands, China
Park Entrance at the Yancheng Wetlands Nature Reserve

Park Entrance at the Yancheng Wetlands Nature Reserve

Viewing Hide at the Yancheng Wetlands, China

Viewing Hide at the Yancheng Wetlands

The Oriental Stork, Ciconia boyciana hunts in the reed beds.

The Oriental Stork, Ciconia boyciana hunts in the reed beds.

The Red Crowned Crane, Grus japonensis, disappeared into the reeds as soon as I got into position to photograph it.

The Red Crowned Crane, Grus japonensis, disappeared into the reeds as soon as I got into position to photograph it.

Red Crowned Cranes circle the Yancheng Wetlands searching for a good landing site

Red Crowned Cranes circle the Yancheng Wetlands searching for a good landing site

An Oriental Stork, Ciconia boyciana, finds a meal

An Oriental Stork, Ciconia boyciana, finds a meal

Coming into land at the Yancheng Wetlands.

Coming into land at the Yancheng Wetlands.

Botanical detail in China

Botanical detail in China

Red Crowned Cranes fly in perfect formation in China

Red Crowned Cranes fly in perfect formation in China

The national bird of China: The Red Crowned Crane, Grus japonensis.

The national bird of China – the Red Crowned Crane, Grus japonensis.

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