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Close-up of Common Cranes – 2

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New Origami Crane (skinnier than the Traditional Crane)

Here we are using a 6″ x 6″ (15cm x 15cm) red/gold duo foil but you can use any size paper. Prepare to apply a diagonal valley-fold and then unfold. Apply a diagonal valley-fold and then unfold. Prepare to apply another diagonal valley-fold and then unfold. Apply another diagonal valley-fold and then unfold. Prepare to […]

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The Whooping Cranes of Texas

Standing at an average of five feet tall, this bird is one of the largest birds in North America. It’s also one of the rarest cranes in the world. A century ago, Whooping Cranes were fairly common. You could find them dancing in the northern prairies, preening and singing along the marshes. But as settlers […]

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Sesame Street: Big Bird Visits A Farm

BIG BIRD: Hi. This is Big Bird at the Green Market in Union Square, New York City. These are my friends, Hailey, Austin, and Travis. CHILDREN: Hi. BIG BIRD: You know why I’m here? I’m going to buy a tomato from their dad. Oh, those tomatoes look so good. DAD: Here’s your tomato, Big Bird. […]

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Wintering Whooping Cranes-Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

[whoop, whoop] [whoop, whoop] [whoop, whoop] [whoop, whoop] Hi, this is Lee Smith video photographer with with Texas Parks and Wildlife. [whoop, whoop] I was down on the Texas coast the first week of March getting footage of whooping cranes. Specifically, we were in an area called Shoalwater Bay, just southeast of Seadrift. Whooping cranes […]

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