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Sarus Crane (ក្រៀល) is the tallest flying bird in the world. A resident in Cambodia, breeding in the northern plains and moves to southern areas of Cambodia for foraging after the breeding season. Sarus Crane is prone to rapid population decline, which is projected to continue, as a result of widespread reductions in the extent and quality of its wetland habitats, exploitation and the effects of pollutants.
Scientific Name: Grus antigone
IUCN Red List Classification: Vulnerable
Estimated number: 13,000-15,000 (Number of Mature Individuals - Global)
January to May is the recommended time of the year to see this bird
It is recommended that you will need to allow 1-2 days to see this bird