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Take a look inside the lives of sandhill cranes with this informative little book put together by Rowe's former Education Director, Keanna Leonard, and volunteer Caryl McHarney. Private Lives of Sandhill Cranes focuses on crane behavior, but includes lots of interesting facts about sandhill cranes and cranes in general.

KEANNA LEONARD is a lifelong Nebraskan. She and her family have lived in the Big Bend region of the Platte River in central Nebraska more than 17 years.  

Her love for the outdoors and passion to share nature with others led her to a bachelor's in biology and into the field of environmental education. Her interest in sandhill cranes and crane behavior began by helping with the first Crane Behavior workshops conducted for the Festival of the Cranes at Bosque del Apache with Paul Tebbel and Robert Kruidenier.

CARYL McHARNEY is an award-winning artist and teacher of book design, calligraphy, photography, painting and nature journaling. Her work has taken her around the world. She studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and has degrees in painting and design and bilingual education from University of New Mexico. She carries her sketchbooks on her travels to record her impressions. At home at Three Cranes Studio, Caryl transforms these into etchings, serigraphs and, most recently, watercolors. 


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