BSST Grey Crowned Crane (Red)

80 in stock

Please note we are still waiting to receive stock.

Care Instructions

Our grey crowned crane design is 100% Microfibre Polyester.  Please make sure that you hand wash them in cold water. The fabric is light weight and perfect for any adventure or sporting event.

More Information

  • Quick drying
  • Anti UV
  • Light weight material
  • Thermal protected


No more spectacular group of birds exist than the worlds 15 species of cranes, and probably no single group is in more need of protection. The number of these ancient birds has been badly depleted over the last century. South Africa is home to an estimated 12 000 of the world’s population of 30 000 grey crowned cranes. These special birds are on the endangered list.

All cranes  are large to very large birds, including the world’s tallest flying bird. They are stately inhabitants of open wetlands, wet plains and grasslands and they occur on all continents except Antarctica and South America. In South Africa, we have three species of cranes, the Grey Crowned Crane, the Wattled Crane, and our National bird, the Blue Crane, which is endemic to South Africa

The grey crowned crane is naturally found in various countries throughout the continent of Africa. These include the Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya and South Africa. These are not migratory birds, although they may move around locally.

Our seamless range of neck sleeves are carefully designed to give you the freedom to explore your wild side. Each design is dedicated to Africa’s magnificent wildlife … Your purchase ensures that our animals keep their wild side too❤ Many species across Africa have become increasingly vulnerable. With growing human populations, the space and resources these wide-ranging animals need are depleted, often to the point where the animals can no longer exist.

At Blue Sky Society Trust we are doing our best to support various conservation groups and the work that they do. R15 from each buff sale goes towards fundraising for these conservation projects.  Thank you for your support.

SOUTH AFRICA SHIPPING –  PLEASE NOTE – As soon as we receive your order and payment has cleared in our account we will be able to post them which takes 3-5 working days.  If you are an international please contact for a shipping quote. Thank you for your support.

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