WATCH: Ed Sheeran Song Helps Cranes' Courtship
Ed Sheeran’s music is for the birds – a pair of sandhill cranes, that is.
A Florida woman stopped her car last week when she saw the feathered friends engaged in a courtship ritual.
As luck would have it, the romantic ballad “Perfect” by the cranes' fellow redhead was playing on the car’s CD player.
Ilene Karlsberg-Gerstein’s captured the cranes – barefoot on the grass! – seemingly discovering that they’re perfect for each other.
A video of the what-the-flock moment, shared on Facebook, quickly went viral.
It's not known if the birds eventually hooked up, but we have faith in what we see. (Asked about royalties for using the song, one of the cranes said: "Put it on my bill.")
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