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Day 2 Facebook #challengeonnaturephotography

Following up on my post from yesterday (thanks again for the nomination Bas Huijbregts), here is my day two post for the ‪#‎challengeonnaturephotography‬. These photos are to promote habitat and wildlife conservation, and to nominate others to do the same. Today’s photo, while not as clear as the scene remains in my mind, is to honor the critically important Pacific Flyway, where species like the sandhill crane spend part each year. The Cosumnes River Preserve is one of my favorite places to experience some of the last remaining natural wetland habitat in California. Perhaps even more exciting than deciding which photos of my own to post for 7 days, is nominating a friend to do the same. Today, I’m nominating Craig Segall to share some of his experiences with us.

Sandhill Cranes Cosumnes River Preserve by Jason Gray


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