A group of cranes is called a herd, sedge or siege
A group of cranes is called a sedge or siege. The collective nouns "sedge" and "siege" can also be used for a group of bitterns and herons.
A group of cranes is called a herd, sedge or siegeA group of cranes is called a sedge or siege. The collective nouns "sedge" and "siege" can also be used for a group of bitterns and herons.
Cranes fly in flocks called sedges.
Whooping cranes are called chicks when the first come out of the egg. As they grow up and starting growing in their flight feathers, they are just called immature whooping cranes.
No, there is not. But, there is a book called "Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes", which does tell the story about a little girl, who tries to fold a thousand paper cranes, while battling the effects of radiation.
Collective nouns for cranes are:a herd of cranesa family of cranesa flock of cranesa siege of cranesa sedge of cranesa swoop of cranesa wedge of cranes (in flight)
its called highrise
There are... -Gantry Cranes -Stacker Cranes -Floating Cranes
The Jack Russell is called Eddy.
The process is called dredging, and is done with with cranes and large pumps.
The question is not at all clear in any way. If you are asking about the crane to lift heavy things which we have today, then the answer is no. . But if you are asking about the birds that are called cranes, then as it is a water bird, and Palestinewas more or less a desert , then to see cranes there was not possible.
yes cranes do hunt
No, cranes can fly.
cranes migrate because cranes like warm places. whenever it is fall or winter cranes get cold and they fly away to a warmer place
cranes by hwang sun-won
Where do cranes generally reside
cranes made of paper
sand hill cranes
Certain species of cranes are in fact carnivores. These species of cranes that are carnivores include the Red-crowned crane for example.
There were multiple cranes used (one of which was floating) to build both the Titanic and Olympic. The Arrol Gantry was one you may be thinking of, which held multiple mobile cranes.
A group of ostrich is called a flock. A group of geese is called a gaggle. A group of hawks is called a cast.
Yes. Cranes will eat small snakes.