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Joey the Stanley Crane, Kew Gardens

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Joey the Stanley Crane was a well-known Kew personality. In 1935 The Journal of the Kew Guild described his eventful life, which included losing a toe to a lawn mower, protecting other cranes from an attack by geese, and a love affair with a Demoiselle Crane, having seen off a rival. He met a tragic end, drowning in the Lake on 31st January 1935 when he fell through thin ice. Local papers reported his death: "Joey of Kew Dead"

Copyright © RBG KEW

Media ID 10645240

Date: 12th February 2015

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Credit: Copyright RBG Kew

Filename: p111 - 006838LA20120619-019 Joey the Crane.jpg

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Associated Categories: History

Associated Categories: History

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