The sarus crane is very large with gray wings and body; abare red head and part of the upper neck; a grayish crown; and a long greenish-gray pointed bill. In flight, the long neck is held straight; the crane's long pink legs trail behind them. The bird has a gray ear covert patch and an orange-red iris. The male is bigger than a female.
Marshes, high altitude wetlands, cultivated lands, and paddyfields.
quatic animals and plants, small vertebrates, invertebrates, insects, seeds and grains
Extinct in the wild
CLASS : Aves
ORDER : Gruiformes
FAMILY : Gruidae
These birds are monogamous. Breeding season occurs from July to September. Female lays 1-3 eggs in a bulky stick nest and incubation time is around 31-34 days.
Update : 11 April 2017