I assumed when we first spotted some that it was a different crane, but we were assured that they are their usual Sandhills. I read online that there are six subspecies of Sandhill Cranes, but no mention was made of the color variation. This pair had a young one learning to eat bugs.
At another place, we saw this one on its own in a wetland.
Here are Florida Sandhills.
Maybe Florida only gets the retirees?