Discover the diverse and elegant world of cranes, birds known for their grace and beauty.
Native to East Asia, this crane is known for its striking white and black plumage with a patch of red on its crown.
One of the most endangered cranes, it's recognized by its tall white body and red crown.
Found across parts of Europe and Asia, it's known for its grey body and black flight feathers.
The tallest of the crane species, it's native to parts of the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia.
Found in the Himalayan region, it's known for its black neck and head.
Native to North America, it's recognized by its grey body and red forehead.
Native to Africa, it's known for its striking golden crown.
Found in East Asia, it has a distinctive white nape and red eyes.
Native to Australia, the Brolga is known for its intricate mating dance.
One of the smallest cranes, it's known for its delicate appearance and long white plumes.
With almost all-white plumage, it breeds in northern Russia and migrates to Asia in winter.
The largest crane in Africa, it's recognized by its white and black plumage and distinctive wattles.
South Africa's national bird, it's known for its blue-grey plumage and distinctive head feathers.
Native to East Asia, it's recognized by its white body and black neck and head.