Eastern Sarus Cranes Landing

Fact: The Eastern Sarus Crane is the tallest crane species, standing six feet tall and with a wingspan of eight feet. Its habitat range is around Indochina, though its populations have dropped significantly in the last 50 years. It’s still had small populations in Myanmar, Vietnam and most notably Cambodia, where its last major breeding ground is.

Photos taken by Canon 450D with Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS. Objects distance apprx. 250-300 meter.

"Tower..Tower.. clear the runway"

Crane 111/222: "Tower..Tower, request your permission to land"

Tower: "Crane 111, cleared for landing. Crane 222, heavy traffic on the ground, hover for a moment. Copy?"

Tower: "Crane 111, cleared for landing. Crane 222, heavy traffic on the ground, hover for a moment. Copy?"

Crane 111: "Crane 111, cleared for landing, roger."

Crane 111: "Crane 111, cleared for landing, roger."

Crane 222: "Tower, Crane 222 stop hovering, energy level's down. request immediately land" (hahaha)

Crane 222: "Tower, Crane 222 stop hovering, energy level's down. request immediately land" (hahaha)

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