A crane is a large, tall bird that is found in wetlands and grasslands. It has long legs and a long neck, and it typically has a wingspan of about two meters. The feathers are usually gray or white. Cranes are omnivorous, and they eat a variety of food, including insects, small mammals, and grain.
A heron is also a tall bird, but it is smaller than a crane. It is typically smaller than one meter and has a wingspan of about one meter. The feathers are usually gray, blue, or black. Herons are mainly carnivorous, and they feed on small fish, amphibians, and other small animals. They also eat some insects and small reptiles.