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Bell Museum: Sandhill Cranes by Tom Nelson

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Tom Nelson Tom Nelson
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1
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1.28 Gigapixels
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1924
Date added
Feb 10, 2011
Date taken
Feb 09, 2011
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Canon PowerShot G10

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This is a revised version with corrected color.
Sandhill cranes (Grus canadensis) flock on the plains of northwestern Minnesota in this diorama at the Bell Museum of Natural History . At the museum, two floors of dioramas display all of Minnesota's habitats, along with the birds, animals, plants and insects that populate the state. Constructed between 1920 and the late 1940s, the Bell Museum's dioramas illustrate what Minnesota was like before the ax and plow. The background painting is by Francis L. Jaques (pronounced "JAY-kwees"). The diorama was donated in honor of Russell Messer Berthel.
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