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We have some beautiful big birds like this where we live but I think they're egrets. It's hard for me to distinguish between cranes, egrets and herons!

Dominique King

We've got egrets and herons (blue and green) here as well. These Sandhill cranes look much larger than those other birds to me, plus they have that scarlet patch on the top of their heads.

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