With Kushiro as the center, there are about 1,500 red-crowned cranes living in Hokkaido. Although the red-crowned cranes look like a beautiful fairy who does not eat the fireworks in the world, in fact they love corn most. When they first arrived here, they ate the dealer of Ms. Tobe Watanabe and made a mess. Since 1963, Ms. TOME and her son have insisted on feeding red-crowned cranes. This special feeding area is "Tsurumidai". There are 100-200 red-crowned cranes here. The male and female adult birds and the young birds of the red-crowned crane follow each other. The male bird will help nurture the young bird. Therefore, the red-crowned crane is a symbol of love between husband and wife and is known as a lucky bird.
I turned out the previous photos, and when I saw it again, I didn't think it was so beautiful. We went there in winter, don't know what the scenery is like in other seasons? It is estimated that there has always been a photography team dedicated to taking pictures, and it is clear that no loud noises are allowed to avoid disturbing these lovely cranes.
天气很好 这里如果带上一个长焦相机 我一定能拍上一天 各种身姿 各种状态 一定是摄影爱好者的大爱 从11点开始看一会 拍一会 等到了两点 真的觉得它们太有趣了一直等到2点想看它们全部起飞的壮观场面 但最后等到快三点只拍到几只群飞的状态 已经很美了 每每飞过头顶 定是感叹声连连