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Worldwide there are 15 species of cranes scattered across the globe. Many are either threatened or endangered due to a variety of reasons with habitat loss being chief among them.
Cranes are one of the oldest extant linages of birds arising as a group more than 60 million years ago.
Their prehistoric presence in the United States is confirmed by 10 million year old fossilized remains from Nebraska.
These ancient origins are evidenced not only by the way cranes look but also in their calls and flight.
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Wintering birds still frequented the lower Gila and Colorado Rivers and portions of the San Pedro River though most of these would soon disappear too.
By the early 1960’s the lower Colorado River wintering population of greater sandhill cranes had declined to only 210 birds and coupled with a small unknown number of birds wintering on the lower Gila River, represented only a fraction of the birds seen less than century ago.