Cranes reintroduced to England


This video from Sweden is called 2012-03-24* 451 Common Crane (Grus grus) Eurasian Crane Trana Hornborgasjön Hornborga.

See more about the reintroduction of cranes to England here.

21 Cranes released onto the Somerset Levels: here.

January 2011: The RSPB has welcomed the restoration of Southlake Moor to the north of Burrowbridge in Somerset as a major step forward in the improvement of the Levels and Moors for wildlife, farming and flood storage: here.

April 2011: A clutch of very special eggs arrived at WWT Slimbridge in Gloucestershire earlier this month – 14 common crane eggs from Germany: here.

July 2011: A small crane, who makes slugs and worms his dish of the day, has emerged as the surprise leader of the pack at this year’s Crane School at WWT Slimbridge in Gloucestershire: here.

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