Sandhill Crane Display Dictionary: What Cranes Say with Their Body Language (Pocket Naturalist Guide) (Other)
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Renowned for their elaborate mating displays, sandhill cranes also use body language to announce intent, establish dominance, show arousal, preserve the nest territory and bond male and female pairs. This beautifully photographed reference guide - the result of years of field research by Christy and George Happ - provides a handy dictionary to the meanings of their complicated displays.www.waterfordpress.com.
About the Author
An expert on the sandhill crane, George Happ grew up in Illinois and attended Cornell University. He has taught courses in physiology, cell biology, and general biology at the University of Vermont, the University of Arizona and Colorado State University.