"Sandhill Cranes Viewing" in Tennessee
A video sketch filmed at the Hiwassee Wildlife Refuge

"Sandhill Cranes Viewing" is a 4-minute video sketch filmed at the Hiwassee Wildlife Refuge during a February 2007 public viewing in Tennessee. The refuge during this time had 15,000 Sandhill Cranes and three Whooping Cranes at its site, as they migrated southward from Wisconsin. Many remain at the refuge during the winter, due to warming trends, according to state wildlife officials.

 The widescreen video sketch was filmed by Wes Rehberg and is reproduced here in streaming Windows Media, RealMedia and ShockWave/Flash formats. Runtime is 4 minutes..

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 Produced by Wes & Eileen Rehberg 2007 Wild Clearing; All rights reserved
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