The Stanley Crane is a bird of open grasslands and shallow wetlands. This crane lay two eggs on the bare ground in short vegetation or on a platform nest of reeds in wetland areas. The Stanley Crane chicks are carefully guarded by both parents during the rearing periods.
The Stanley Crane, like all other cranes, is decreasing in numbers due to human interference.
Other Stanley Crane facts
Habitat: Grassland of South Africa
The diet of the Stanley Crane consist of grass seeds, small insects, and vertebrates.
The beautiful Stanley Crane is the national bird of South Africa.