RM2C3K4K4–Whooping crane (Grus Americana) Adult eating a captured blue crab, Aransas National Wildlife Refuge, Texas, USA
RM2M3AP2F–Hooping crane : Grus Americana. Adult male. c.1 v.3 plate 226 , Cranes Birds, Alligators, Whooping crane. The Birds of America- From Original Drawings by John James Audubon
RMRHJNGP–. The birds of eastern North America known to occur east of the nineteenth meridian ... Birds. General plumage, slaty gray ; l)arf skin, cw head of adult; red, in litr; inmiature birds are bruvni.<li; wing, from 15 to 22 inehes long. Gnis hicj'icKii'i. Sandhill Crane. bee No. 1G3.. Whooping Crane.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Cory, Charles B. (Charles Barney), 1857-1921; Field Museum of Natural Histo
RFB19724–Adult whooping crane (Grus americana) foraging in a wetland in northern Alberta, Canada.
RFJ1CJ44–Whooping crane with sandhill cranes in Indiana wetland
RMGDRGX8–A Whooping Crane (Grus americana), in captivity, at the Calgary Zoo in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
RMR91PHD–An adult Whooping Crane (Grus americana) foraging in its winter habitat. Aransas National Wildlife Refuge, Texas, USA.
RFE6YA36–Captive whooping crane with chick
RM2JFRJ7E–An adult Whooping Crane, Grus americana, Great Blue Heron and White Ibis. Aransas National Wildlife Refuge in Texas.
RMCNEW5B–Whooping Cranes, Grus americana, parent with chick at Aransas N.W.R., Gulf Coast, Texas
RMM8DG57–Adult Aransas Co., TX January 2009
RMRKN2HH–Whooping crane (Grus Americana) Adult eating a captured blue crab, Aransas NWR, Texas, USA.
RMRKN2H8–Whooping crane (Grus Americana), Aransas NWR, Texas, USA.