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Sandhill cranes feeding in a cornfield just south of the Platte River, just east of Fort Kearney, Nebraska. Cranes are nervous birds and hard to approach. Since I didn't have a blind, I did my best to get up on a old railroad grade and used the tele-converter lens on my Canon S5-IS. I'll have to try getting up there...
Located near the entrance to Goblin Valley State Park, Wild Horse Butte is composed of Entrada Sandstone at its base, overlain by light colored Curtis Formation, the cliff face forming Summerville Formation and a cap of Morrison Formation. All of these units were deposited during the Jurassic period. A portion of the...