The Sandhill Crane is a large bird species that is found in North America, Siberia, and Cuba. It is known for its long legs, long neck, and distinctive red forehead. Adult Sandhill Cranes stand about 4-5 feet tall and can weigh up to 14 pounds. They have grayish-brown feathers and a wingspan of 5-7 feet. Sandhill Cranes are migratory birds that breed in wetlands, grasslands, and prairies, and they are known for their elaborate courtship dances, which involve elaborate displays of wing flapping and jumping. They primarily feed on grains, insects, small mammals, and reptiles. Sandhill Cranes are considered to be a symbol of happiness, good fortune, and longevity in many cultures.