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Sandhill Crane
Length: 100-120 cm; Range:Siberia, N. America, Cuba; winters to Mexico.
Habitat: Prairies, fields, marshes; tundra.
Grey-Crowned Crane
Nest: 2-3 eggs. Distribution: Africa
Red-Crowned Crane
Nest: 2 eggs; Incubation: 29-34 days.
Habitat: Along rivers; costal & fresh water marshes. Range: Northern China, Japan and Korea. Notable: Candidate for national bird of China; seriously threatened by smaller habitat. (Ref. ICF)
Probably some type of Blue Heron

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Nest: 1-4 eggs; Incubation: 18-20 days. Distribution: Soutn America.
Habitat: Rainforests
Victorian Crowned Pigeon
Nest: One egg. Incubation: 28-30 days. Distribution: Island of New Guinea.
Status: Listed as endangered species by CITES
Peregrine Falcon
Length: 38-53 cm; Distribution: North America.
Status: Saved from extinction by a ban on particular pesticide.
Snowy Owl
Nests: 4-9 eggs. Incubation: 32 days.
Distribution: Canada, Northern Eurasia


Indian Peafowl (Peacock)
Nest: 3-6 egs. Incubation: 28-30 days. Origin: India.
Tundra (or Whistling) Swan
Length: 133 cm. Distribution: Alaska & Canada; br>winters to seaboards of east and west Unites States
Nest: One egg. Incubation: 30 days. Distribution: Caribean, central and southern America, Africa and Asia. Status: Population steadily stable; losing habitats

1. The photographs were shot at the Toronto Zoo, National Zool and Hong Kong Botanical Garden
2. CITES - Convention on International Trades on Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna
3. ICF - International Crane Foundation, www.savingcranes.org
4. Disclaimer: The displays shown here are for general reference only and not responsible for the accuracy
of the information or data herein.

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