Creamer's Dairy supplied Alaska's interior and northern area with milk products for fifty years. Over those years the family enjoyed the return of the migratory waterfowl every spring. When the dairy closed in 1966 the family wanted the fields saved for the migratory birds. When we were there yesterday the only waterfowl we saw were the sandhill cranes. A few of them do stay over for the summer months. At the visitor's center we were informed that the soil had just been turned over in the fields and that brought in cranes looking for bugs to eat in the fresh soil.