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Whooping Crane
In 1975, biologists attempted to re-establish a whooping crane population in Idaho’s Grays Lake National Wildlife Refuge by using sandhill cranes as surrogate parents for whooping crane ... whooping crane, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has a whooping crane biologue at http://species.fws.gov/bio_whoo.html. Distribution: The tiny Idahoan population of whooping ...
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Journey North: Whooping Crane Spring 2007
Michigan, the only crane kid still not home from last fall's ultralight-led chicks. FINAL Whooping Crane Migration Update: May 12, 2006 Good news! With the capture and return of #520, all but two of the 19 crane ... week's CQ #10. Whooping Crane Migration Update: April 21, 2006 Celebrate the homecoming of 2 more crane-kids plus a few Eastern ...
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USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center Whooping Crane Photo Gallery
Center Whooping Crane Photo Gallery Whooping Crane Photo Gallery Each image links to a higher resolution and more complete version of the photo. These larger photos may take some time to download. See our Crane Videos! This photo of the whooping crane captive propagation center at the USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center was taken in the early 80's. There are more crane pens now, ...
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Journey North Whooping Crane Migration
Whooping Crane Migration Whooping Crane Reintroduction Winter & Spring Getting Started Bringing Back the Cranes These are historic times for endangered Whooping Cranes! The fragile population is slowly climbing from an ... take to bring a species back from the brink of extinction? Why does Whooping Crane survival depend on adding new flocks that live and breed in geographically separated populations ...
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EEK! - Critter Corner - Whooping Crane
Whooping Crane Whooper Habits Whooping and Dancing Where in the World Bringing Back the Whoopers Crane School The Journey South Restoration Update Watch a whooper hatch (Leaves EEK!) Begin Reading about the Whooping Crane ...
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EEK! - Critter Corner - Whooping Crane
Critter Corner - Whooping Crane . Whooping Crane The Life and Times of the Whooping Crane The whooping crane is one of the world's rarest and most interesting birds. Whooping cranes have been around for several million ... 1,400 whooping cranes in North America. Early explorers and settlers recorded whooping cranes in six Canadian provinces, 35 U.S. states, and four Mexican states. The whooping crane ...
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Journey North 1997: Whooping Crane
Whooping Crane Migration Update: March 6, 1997 Whooping Crane Migration Update: March 11, 1997 Whooping Crane Migration Update: March 20, 1997 Whooping Crane Migration Update: April 3, 1997 Whooping Crane Migration Update: April 17, 1997 Whooping Crane Migration Update: April 24, 1997 Whooping Crane ...
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Whooping Crane
Whooping Crane Whooping Crane Grus americana Endangered Never very abundant, the whooping crane suffered in the late 1800s from indiscriminate shooting, habitat disturbance, and the draining ... establishment of an additional breeding flock in Idaho, have all helped in rescuing the whooping crane from extinction. Home Discover Nature! Natural History Notebooks © nature.ca Comments or Questions? Images: ...
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EPA: Pesticides - Save Our Species Poster: Whooping Crane
EPA: Pesticides - Save Our Species Poster: Whooping Crane Jump to main content. Pesticides: Endangered Species Protection Program Recent Additions | Contact Us Search: All ... Home Pesticides Endangered Species Protection Program Save Our Species Poster Whooping Crane Save Our Species Poster: Whooping Crane The tallest North American bird, this crane has a wing span of 7 feet. Its call or ...
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WHOOPING CRANE (GRUS AMERICANA) AN EXAMPLE OF U.S./CANADA COOPERATION IN THE PROTECTION AND RECOVERY OF ENDANGERED SPECIES The Whooping Crane is probably the most famous endangered bird in North America and ... protection. The story of the Whooping Crane dates back as far as 1941 when an all-time low of 16 individuals remained. Bringing the whooping crane back from the brink of extinction ...
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