Rowe Sanctuary Crane Camera

LOOKING Closer

This camera was located along the bank of the Platte River at Audubon’s Rowe Sanctuary and one of the first two cameras set in place at the beginning of the PBT project. During spring migration season, the camera provides spectacular sights and sounds of cranes and other wildlife on the river. This camera was retired several years ago, lost to the river, after several attempts to keep it going as the south bank kept eroding away.

Look Out For

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Cranes and Other Waterbirds

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Deer Crossing the River

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Flooding

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