Hokkaido in winter is a paradise for birds, and it is also a holy place for bird photography enthusiasts. Most photographers came to the shooting site early, set up long and short cannons, waited for the birds, looked at the equipment of others, and I was embarrassed to take it out. Own small micro order.
Tsurui Village is a well-known natural habitat for red-crowned cranes in Hokkaido. It is often visited by photographers from Japan and even around the world. The protection measures for red-crowned cranes here are still very open, and tourists are also very law-abiding, so the red-crowned cranes can spend the winter in a comfortable and relaxed natural environment.
This is a must-visit place for photography enthusiasts. This attraction is usually the stopping point of the bus. The distance of red-crowned cranes is a bit far, about one or two hundred meters, and there are dozens of them in number. They are very beautiful against the backdrop of the snow scene. You must bring a telephoto, otherwise it will be very small.
Leave Otowa Bridge and head to Tsurui Village. Here is a large group of red-crowned cranes staying in a piece of snow. Outside the fence are all photographers holding various cannon barrels facing the red-crowned cranes... As long as there are cranes flying or flying away, there is a squeaking shutter sound all around, 囧.