Crane Music: A Natural
History of American Cranes,
by Paul A. Johnsgard.
$10.95/$9.85 members (paper)
Learn about the magnificent Sandhill and
Whooping Cranes as the author describes their migrations, habitats,
breeding and communication. The authors' own illustrations add
a unique addition to this great book.
Have You Seen Mary?, by
Jeff Kurrus and photographs by Michael Forsberg
$16.99/$15.29 members (cloth)
The touching story of a crane searching
for his lost mate on the long migration from Mexico to Alaska.
This tail is sure to pluck at the hearts of any reader. The beautiful
color photos on every page reveal the majestic world of the Sandhill
On Ancient Wings: The Sandhill Cranes of North America, by Michael Forsberg.
$45/$40.50 members (cloth)
The elegant Sandhill Cranes come to the
Platte River each year, and feel the urgency of spring migration.
Forsberg photographs the birds from the Alaskan tundra to Nebraska
and in Cuban nature preserves and backyards.
Sandhill and Whooping Cranes: Ancient Voices over America's Wetlands, by Paul A. Johnsgard.
$12.95/$11.65 members [paper]
Johnsgard draws from his own extensive
experience, as well as the latest science, to offer a rich account
of the ecology of Sandhill and Whooping cranes and their life
in the wetlands.
Sandhill Crane Pin, by Nebraska
artist Gary Ginther. Pewter, 1.5" x 2"
Sandhill Crane Stuffed Animal
12" high, grey and red
Song of the North Wind :
A Story of the Snow Goose by
Paul A. Johnsgard.
$12.95/no discount (paper)
Johnsgard's deep admiration and fascination
for the snow geese comes through easily in his narrative. The
informative story is accompanied by pencil sketches and black
and white photos in stark detail.
Those of the Gray Wind:
The Sandhill Cranes, by Paul A. Johnsgard.
$11.95/$10.75 members (paper)
This book describes migration patterns
of the Sandhill Crane in four time periods from 1860 to 1980
and shows how the growing human population has affected the flocks.