Gary Kohlenberg led today’s successful CBC trip up the lake, and I am sure he 
will want to do a full report at some point. But for those who might be 
thinking about going up tomorrow, one of the highlights was a single SANDHILL 
CRANE. We looked high & low around the Carncross Rd area without luck. On the 
way home, we drove down East Road. As expected, Knox-Marsellus and Puddler’s 
Marsh were frozen solid (water quite high). But there was a single crane 
foraging in the field to the east of the road, just north of the gray house 
that was sold recently. As we approached it, the bird took off, circled the 
area, and then flew east. Best of luck to anyone deciding to chase it tomorrow.

Bob McGuire

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