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|All Authors / Contributors:||John W Sugden|
|Notes:||Fig. 8. Nest and Eggs of Sandhill Crane in a Rush and Grass Grown Highland Meadow.
Fig. 9. Nest and eggs of Sandhill Crane in a small slough where the water is shallow and the young rushes are just growing.
Fig. 10. Close-up of nest shown in figure 9. The nest is composed of wads of debris and algae gathered from the bottom of the slough, with a few sticks and reeds deposited on top.
Fig. 11. Nest and eggs of Sandhill Crane. This nest is composed of a large mass of rushes.
Fig. 12. Nest and eggs of Sandhill Crane on bank of a stream. The nest here is composed of a thin mat of sticks, twigs and leaves.