Status: Vulnerable.Range: India.Habitat: Open wetlands or marshes.Food: Frogs, fish, insects, reptiles, eggs, and plant material.Reproduction: Males and females bond for life. A courtship dance with bows and vocalizations synchronizes breeding which takes place from May to July. Usually two eggs are laid and the female incubates them while the male stands guard. Both parents share in raising the young.Facts: The sarus crane is the tallest flying bird, growing as tall as 6 feet (2 m). Loss of wetlands and hunting are the most important threats to the species.