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The International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, Wisconsin is dedicated to the preservation of cranes. It has all the species of cranes, globally, on its property. It’s a great place to watch and photograph the birds.  It’s also a fantastic place to take…

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The International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, Wisconsin is dedicated to the preservation of cranes. It has all the species of cranes, globally, on its property. It’s a great place to watch and photograph the birds.  It’s also a fantastic place to take…

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The International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, Wisconsin is dedicated to the preservation of cranes. It has all the species of cranes, globally, on its property. It’s a great place to watch and photograph the birds.  It’s also a fantastic place to take…

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This is part 3 of my whooping crane image series taken at the ICF headquarters in Baraboo, Wisconsin.

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The International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, Wisconsin is dedicated to the preservation of cranes. It has all the species of cranes, globally, on its property. It’s a great place to watch and photograph the birds. It’s also a fantastic place to take the…

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The International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, Wisconsin is dedicated to the preservation of cranes. It has all the species of cranes, globally, on its property. It’s a great place to watch and photograph the birds.  The Whooping Crane exhibit is the…

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The Rockville Bridge and Grafton Ghost Town are just outside Zion National Park. The bridge was built for the National Park Service in 1924 to provide a link between Zion National Park and the North Rim area of Grand Canyon National Park. The Rockville…

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Clear creek runs parallel to the road through Zion in many places. For the images in this article, I parked in designated but unnamed parking spots and scrambled down to the creek. I did not run into another person but in several places, I did see…

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This is the third and final of a series of posts that covers the “Narrows”, a hike whose only trail is the Virgin River itself. Some parts of the hike are relatively open, but other sections are narrow, between water-carved sandstone walls rising over a…

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This is the second in a series of posts that covers the “Narrows”, a hike whose only trail is the Virgin River itself. Some parts of the hike are relatively open, but other sections are narrow, between water-carved sandstone walls rising over a hundred…
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