“Leaping Crane”

© Teklanika Photography 2015
© Teklanika Photography 2015

Sandhill Crane (Grus canadensis)
Anchorage Coastal Wildlife Refuge, Alaska
Canon 7D
Canon 100-400mm lens @ 220mm
1/1250 sec @ f5
iso 200
© Teklanika Photography 2015

“Lifting Off”

© Teklanika Photography 2015
© Teklanika Photography 2015

Sandhill Crane (Grus canadensis)
Anchorage Coastal Wildlife Refuge, Alaska
Canon 7D
Canon 100-400mm lens @ 180mm
1/1250 sec @ f5
iso 200
© Teklanika Photography 2015

“Sandhill”

© Teklanika Photography 2014
© Teklanika Photography 2014

Sandhill Crane (Grus canadensis)
Kenai Peninsula, Alaska
Canon 7D
Canon 100-400mm lens @ 285mm
1/800 sec @ f5.6
iso 200
© Teklanika Photography 2014

“Cranes in the Forest”

© Teklanika Photography 2013
© Teklanika Photography 2013

Lesser Sandhill Cranes (Grus canadensis canadensis)
Anchorage, Alaska
09/01/2013
Canon 7D
Canon 100-400mm lens @ 400mm
1/400 sec @ f5.6
iso 500
© Teklanika Photography 2013

“Spring Sandhill”

© Teklanika Photography 2013
© Teklanika Photography 2013

“Spring Sandhill”

Sandhill Crane (Grus canadensis)
Homer, Alaska
05/11/2013
Canon 7D
Canon 100-400mm lens @ 330mm
1/320 sec @ f5.6
iso 200
© Teklanika Photography 2013

“Sandhills”

© Teklanika Photography 2009
© Teklanika Photography 2009

“Sandhills”
The sandhill is one of the few crane species in the world that is still common.

Sandhill Cranes (Grus canadensis)
Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge, Colorado
04/04/2009
Sony A200
Sony 75-300mm lens @ 300mm
1/500 sec @ f6.3
iso 100
© Teklanika Photography 2009