I was reminded of this photo while thinking ahead to this weekend. A few years ago, I found these pheasant tracks after spending a morning in one of our crane viewing blind along the bank of the Platte River. This weekend, I get to spend three evenings in that same blind – sharing a world-class birding experience with members of The Nature Conservancy. Not a bad weekend, really.
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