Sand hill cranes fly as the sun sets over Quivira National Wildlife Refuge. (2013)
Sand hill cranes fly as the sun sets over Quivira National Wildlife Refuge. (2013) Wichita Eagle File photo
Sand hill cranes fly as the sun sets over Quivira National Wildlife Refuge. (2013) Wichita Eagle File photo

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