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Arriving now! A half million sandhill cranes stop at Nebraska’s Platte River to fuel up and rest along their migration route each year. Find out what’s being done to ensure they get the water they need to survive.

Arriving now! A half million sandhill cranes stop at Nebraska’s Platte River to fuel up and rest along their migration route each year. Find out what’s being done to ensure they get the water they need to survive.

"We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called Opportunity and its first chapter is New Year's Day." - Edith Lovejoy Pierce

"We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called Opportunity and its first chapter is New Year's Day." - Edith Lovejoy Pierce

Long-billed curlew, like upland sandpipers, nest in the grasslands of Nebraska. The curlew uses it long, curved bill to poke around grass roots for insects.

Long-billed curlew, like upland sandpipers, nest in the grasslands of Nebraska. The curlew uses it long, curved bill to poke around grass roots for insects.

Sandhill cranes are one of the many species that are impacted by tar sands development. Photo by Myrna Erler Bradshaw.

Sandhill cranes are one of the many species that are impacted by tar sands development. Photo by Myrna Erler Bradshaw.

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