New Coloring Pages to Wrap Up Crane Week

Of the 15 species of crane in the world, six of them have a color in part of the name: black, grey, white, red, or blue. This Crane Week we've added four new crane coloring pages to our free downloads collection. You can get creative with our new additions:

Birdorable crane coloring pages

Direct links to the coloring pages:

All of our coloring pages are free to download and are perfect for schools, nature centers, zoos, and other environmental education locations.

Thanks for following along as we celebrated cranes this week on the Birdorable blog!

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Spurwing Plover on June 2, 2022 at 5:56 AM wrote:
Saw a pictures of a a Crowned Crane seeing its reflection oa Rearview Mirror of a Car

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