A Stopover in Creamer’s Field

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Creamer’s Field in Fairbanks, Alaska is a nature preserve dedicated to protecting habitat for migratory waterfowl. In 1966, the large fields of a former dairy were purchased by local residents, it has since grown to 2,000 acres.
creamers field in fairbanks, alaska

The fields are currently busy with Sandhill Cranes and Canada Geese stopping over on their fall migration. Both of these birds pass through our neck of the woods in Minnesota, more than 3,000 miles away. Are they these birds? I couldn’t tell you. But I sure like to think that a little bit of the Alaskan wild finds its way to Minnesota.
sandhill cranes behind a fence at creamer's field

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By Heidi Van Heel
Heidi Van Heel

Heidi Van Heel

Writer, freelancer, and believer in magic living in Minneapolis. In my free time, I love reading, exploring the great outdoors, and experimenting in the kitchen.

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