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Aransas/Wood Buffalo flock) and the second, eight-year old introduced non-migratory flock in Florida, managed by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. The Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership formed in 1999 to carry out the second migratory flock reintroduction ...
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Florida, investigating the establishment of a second migratory flock in the Canadian prairies, and working to develop a suitable technique for establishing this new flock. DESCRIPTION ... expectations. Work continues with the experimental introduction of cranes into Florida. This non-migratory flock now numbers about 75 birds and consists of individuals hatched from eggs from ...
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Journey North Whooping Crane Migration
How is it going so far? Western Flock: The Only Natural, Wild Migratory Flock Those original 15 survivors were part of the Western migratory flock. The natural flock's population passed the 200 mark in ... about the record-high population: >> Eastern Flock: The New, Reintroduced Flock In the eastern US, a second flock is off to a good start. The Eastern migratory flock began in 2001 from 11 chicks ...
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Journey North Whooping Cranes
Why is the new Wisconsin/Florida migratory flock called nonessential experimental? What is the reintroduction goal in Wisconsin? What will it take to ...
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USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center Staff Profile
Captive research studies for the restoration ecology of cranes Restoration ecology of a migratory flock of whooping cranes: Wisconsin to Florida Assessing the genetic status of Whooping Cranes with AFLP ...
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Platte River Endangered Species Partnership(PRESP)
Although this method has been successful with non-migratory populations of sandhill cranes, a migratory flock has not yet been established. Because of the dangers of long- ... with powerlines, a new whooping crane restoration effort involves the establishment of a non-migratory flock in Florida.See: American Museum of Natural History's Description of the Whooping Crane ...
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Platte River Endangered Species Partnership(PRESP)
FWS is responsible for terrestrial and freshwater species and migratory birds. The Act has several major sections, most with implementing regulations, that describe ... recovery goals? The Aransas-Wood Buffalo whooping crane population is the species’ only wild migratory flock. It is experiencing a gradual positive population trend overall, although some years exhibit ...
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Critter Corner | Whooping Crane
Wisconsin and Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge in Florida are working to build a migratory flock of whoopers in the eastern United States. Whooping cranes learning to migrating by following ... increase of the migratory flock of whooping cranes in recent years. The Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership has established a goal of having 125 birds in the new migratory flock by 2020, including ...
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Indianapolis Prize for George Archibald!
Whooping Cranes in eastern North America by teaching juvenile cranes to follow ultralight aircraft ...
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Science and the Environment Bulletin: Coming Home
To equip these captive-bred cranes with foraging skills—and to ... bred cranes are naďve and vulnerable to predation by Bobcats. The flock has since been moved to more open ranchland, where there ... new wild migratory flock in the eastern United States—where it is not likely to come into contact with the original western flock—by using ...
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