Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Black-necked Crane, a poem

The tibetan plateau, with a small crane
with a black head, red crown
patch, india, bhutan and vietnam. it breeds
on region),
china, himalayan regions of black
primaries and secondaries. both
population in adjacent ladakh,
and as the the black-necked crane, grus nigricollis also
known as tibetan crane is a large patch

to the rear
of the eye. it has sexes are similar.

the black-necked
(55 in) long, 235 cm (7.8 ft)
wingspan black upper neck and legs, and
white bird and medium-sized crane, at
139 cm
crane is distributed
in pakistan (kashmir and
5.5 kg (12 lbs).
it is whitish-gray kashmir.

it has therefore been designated


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