Snashot: Spring spreads its wings |

Snashot: Spring spreads its wings

Tanzi Propst/Park Record

A pair of sandhill cranes forage for food on the Swaner Preserve on Friday. The reemergence of cranes is a sure sign of spring in Park City, and Parkites and visitors have long enjoyed catching a glimpse of the birds on the preserve’s wetlands and other places throughout the area.

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