Saturday, March 19, 2011 at 10:00 pm (Updated: March 19, 11:02 pm)
The sandhill cranes that fly across Kentucky are part of the mass migration that takes place twice a year across this planet. For many of us, the sight and sound of the cranes is magic. Sad to say there are a few who only see this miracle of creation as something to strike down and destroy.
What has been lost, though easy to disregard, is a creature’s precious, irreplaceable life; and each life is so vulnerable and exists so briefly.
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