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Waterfowl on display at reserve

Go see sandhill cranes, tall grayish-brown creatures, fly in at a reserve near Woodbridge in the Sacramento area.

California Department of Fish and Game conducts tours of a crane reserve for $5 for an adult, free for children.

The tours are at the Isenberg Crane Reserve (formerly known as Woodbridge Ecological Reserve). They last about two hours, ending at dusk.

Public tours are every Sunday and the first and second Thursdays of each month through the first week of March. Organized group tours are conducted the first and second Saturdays of each month.

To register for a tour, send a self-addressed stamped envelope and note containing your name, phone number, first and second choice of tour dates and number of adults in your party.

Make checks out to California Wildlife Foundation, but send the check and the note to Crane Tours, California Department of Fish and Game, 1701 Nimbus Road, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670. For more information, call Bruce Forman at (916) 358-2353.

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