Operation Migration's long-standing dedication and unique approach to whooping crane
recovery continues to inspire followers across the globe," said Southern Company Chief Environmental Officer Dr.
Materials needed for Whooping Crane
Pen as follows:
7) 9 The wild whooping crane
population is still at risk from habitat loss, pollution, collision with power lines, predation, low genetic diversity, parasites, and disease.
1) The Crane Trust, 6611 Whooping Crane
Drive, Wood River, NE, 68883, USA.
Caption: Sara, the federally endangered whooping crane
Report, Nature Conservancy and the Platte River Whooping Crane
Critical Habitat Maintenance Trust, Alda, NE.
Through the extraordinary efforts of the Whooping Crane
Eastern Partnership--a coalition of public and private organizations and individuals --a migrating population of whooping cranes
now takes to the skies each year over the eastern United States, allowing people who may never have had the opportunity otherwise to glimpse this rare beauty.
A FLOCK of rare whooping cranes
on its inaugural winter migration to Florida are grounded in Alabama while a US government agency decides whether a plane guiding them will be allowed to proceed.
Students are asked to observe a whooping crane
scene and to record observable data in the table provided.
A Summer Red Bird swallows a fat black beetle; Purple Grackles munch a half-eaten corncob; a Whooping Crane
flips over a baby alligator for lunch.
DNA Profiling: A Whooping Crane
Paternity Test 8:00 AM-Noon Cost: $55 * Limit: 24
Described by early explorers as "a mile wide and a foot deep,' Nebraska's Platte River provided a cornucopia of habitats for species nov, endangered, like the whooping crane
(Grus americana), least tern (Sterna antillarum), piping plover (Charadrius melodus), and pallid sturgeon (Scaphirhynchus albus).