Grus canadensis (on the fifth of March Anser canadensis also appeared).
Of the Crane (Grus cinerea) we have a great number of bones but of the common Heron not one.
Illic passeres in atomum pygmeae humilitatis relegati degebant, Grus ex opposito in giganteae quantitatis evadebat excessum.
In another part of the jhil a couple of sarus cranes (Grus antigone) are visible.
Another has a blue crane, belonging to the order Grus cinerea, standing erect on its stilts, showing fight.
The largest bird of the Island is the Cuban sandhill crane (Grus nesiotes).