Two really really rare birds.
Wattled Crane , Linyanti River, Botswana
Only 7700 individuals left in the world. Most of them in the Okavango delta. It is the most wetland-dependent crane in Africa.
Black-necked Crane, Tibetan high plateau
Estimated population 11 000 individuals.
The black-necked crane is found at extremely high elevations, typically 3000-4900m in the summertime.
And the not so rare Crown crane, with a Puku in South Luangwa, Zambia
Population between 58 000 - 77 000 individuals
I´ll find it strange that the most common one is the most endangered one...
Edited by Antee, 03 February 2016 - 07:05 AM.