In an earlier post, Tucker Boyers reported the unusual Sandhill Crane activity on Clark Lake. The cranes are rarely, if ever, seen on the ice. Two more Clark Lake residents also noticed the incident. It caught the attention of John Deming and Becky Consonni. John points out that the cranes “normally stay in cut cornfields this time of year and seeing them on the ice is strange.”
Tucker’s photo is in an earlier post. Becky was also ready with her camera and caught the cranes on the ice and the moment when they decided to take to the air.