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Sandhill Cranes in South Texas yet? #7653909 11/06/19 05:04 PM
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Was curious if anyone has seen any Sandhill Cranes in and around the Carrizo Springs (Dimmit County), or surrounding area yet?


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I am in Eagle Pass and I have seen a few, but not a lot yet.


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Thanks! This is the time of year I usually start to hear some and see a few...in about a month it gets to be a bit more common to have them in pastures.


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Re: Sandhill Cranes in South Texas yet? [Re: Son of a Blitch] #7654200 11/06/19 09:15 PM
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Saw absolute tons of em just west of Amarillo the other week off 40. It was pretty good. The sky was full. Then didnt see a single one all the way back to the metromess

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Saw a group either Saturday or Sunday, can't remember. It was either Whitney or Italy.


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Buddy of mine, used to visit this forum often, said he's heard them north of Dallas. Said they appear to be here in good numbers.

I didn't think they left the panhandle.


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I have seen alot outside of Corpus.

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