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Sandhill Cranes

March is the big migratory month for Sandhill Cranes. Thousands of these birds show up in Nebraska and stand overnight in the Platte River. During the day they are seen gleaning the fields of leftover corn. Their distinctive red heads and yellow eye are the perfect focal point to a simplified grey body shape. Practicing this shape is a fun way to build brush miles. This video is up now on the video classes page of We will paint cranes together step-by-step Tuesday and Wednesday 2:00-4:00 PM. Book now to join via zoom. Independent paint groups meet in the mornings 10:00 to noon. Wishing you a delightful spring Easter weekend. See you in April!


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