Japan Tsurui Ito Tancho Crane Sanctuary

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Colette English

Shoot with care
Stick to paths and respect barriers
Respect the wildlife in this area
Rules & regulations apply

About this event
This was one of the farming locations that brought the Red-crowned crane back from a mere 20 individuals to the 1000 it is today with the dried corn the farmers gave out to them in winter. This tradition still exists but more for the benefit of tourist who come to enjoy these wild birds up close.

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Web links

http://park15.wakwak.com/~tancho/


Contributors

Colette English

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