Sandhill cranes return

TOP LEFT: A pair of sandhill cranes wade through a flooded field at the Isenberg Sandhill Crane Reserve in the evening west of Lodi. TOP RIGHT: A flock of sandhill cranes flies into the Isenberg Sandhill Crane Reserve. MIDDLE: A pair of sandhill cranes fly past the setting sun on their way to the Isenberg Sandhill Crane Reserve. BOTTOM LEFT: Jill Cauthen, left and her sister Martha Myles, both of Lodi, use binoculars to watch as sandhill cranes fly in to the Isenberg Sandhill Crane Reserve in the evening. BOTTOM RIGHT: A pair of sandhill cranes engage in a courtship dance at the Isenberg Sandhill Crane Reserve in the evening west of Lodi. [CLIFFORD OTO/THE RECORD]

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