Each year, thousands of sandhill cranes return to the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta in California’s centeral valley. Many of them land in the Cosumnes River Preserve. The Cosumnes River Preserve, located on the bird migration route, the Pacific Flyway, is home to about 100,000 birds.
During the day the sandhill cranes feed and play in the fields of the Preserve and at night they fly-in to bed down in the wetlands.
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