Red-crowned Crane Framed Print featuring the photograph Red-crowned Crane Dance by Natural Focal Point Photography

Red-crowned Crane Dance Framed Print by Natural Focal Point Photography

Red-crowned Crane Framed Print featuring the photograph Red-crowned Crane Dance by Natural Focal Point Photography

Red crowned crane dancing and displaying wings #nature

Why do 'single' birds dance?

The red crowned crane is known for its elaborate dances with mating pairs. They are a symbol of Japan. This one is in Hokkaido, Japan.

Red Crowned Crane Dance

丹頂鶴 The red crowned crane is known for its elaborate dances with mating pairs. They are a symbol of Japan. This one is in Hokkaido, Japan.

"The birds prance stiff legged around each other, alternately bowing and stretching with their wings half extended. They punctuate the dance by leaping high into the air with their legs dangling loosely beneath them. When excited they pick up small sticks or pieces of grass, toss them exuberantly into the air and then stab them on the way down."

0295 - Red Crown Cranes calling in unison, Tsurui, Hokkaido, Japan

Red Crowned Cranes dance for the mating ritual!

Japan Red Crowned Cranes Dance - Very endangered the help of Japanese farmers are helping to save them

Tsuru is what this was written already here but they sure look like sandhill cranes to me. obviously it is a mating ritual.

Japanese Crane Courtship Dance - Japanese cranes have one of the most intricate and beautiful courtship dances in the world.

Japanese Crane Courtship Dance - Japanese cranes have one of the most intricate and beautiful courtship dances in the world. These birds can live for 60 years.

RED CROWNED CRANE - Japanese Crane Courtship Dance - Japanese cranes have one of the most intricate and beautiful courtship dances in the world. These birds can live for 60 years.

Dancing Japanese cranes by Simone Sbaraglia. Japanese cranes mating ritual.

Japanese Ballet Cranes ∥ The Red-crowned Crane (Grus japonensis), also called the Japanese Crane or Manchurian Crane, is a large crane and is the second rarest crane in the world.

Aboriginal Crane Dance - birdlike movements - animal noises, chanting - body paint - chest and arm markings for emphasis, like wings

This group blew me away at the Perth Royal Show. Great enthusiasm, dance, music and movement from the guys.The most inspirational part of my stay in beautifu.

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