|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|The Brolga (Grus rubicunda) is a light-grey coloured crane, standing about 1.8 metres high, it has a long, straight bill, long dark coloured legs and a wing span of about 2 metres. Appearance changes with age. |
Adults have a conspicuous orange-red head, which contrasts with the bare crown of greenish-grey skin and have a black dewlap under the chin. Adult males and females appear similar, although males are larger.
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- [2010-12-28 12:21]
Nice capture of the crane - good composition, sharpness, bokeh, and color.