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To learn more about the International Crane Foundation and their current conservation efforts,
The elegant Whooping Crane is on the verge of an extraordinary comeback after nearly becoming extinct due to human activities such as habitat conversion, egg collecting, and trophy hunting. By 1944, only twenty-one birds remained — a tragic prospect for a creature with such presence, standing nearly five feet tall with a wingspan of up to eight feet.
Using puppets, crane costumes, and ultra-light aircraft to mimic the Whooping Cranes’ graceful glide, the International Crane Foundation (ICF), Operation Migration Inc., non-profit organizations, and government agencies assisted to launch four successful 1,200-mile migrations of juvenile cranes from Wisconsin to Florida. After just one trip, the birds migrate independently.
This year’s chicks have followed the ultralights all the way to the Florida winter pen. Weather made this the longest ultralight migration yet: 64 days. This same weather has delayed migration for a few older birds. We worry about them, so far north in December.
Just now, at the office, Richard came running, “Guess who’s flying to the pen right now?” Three 2002-released cranes, who left Wisconsin just four days ago! We hopped on the airboat and sped to the wetland blind. Although I couldn’t see the birds, my radio receiver picked up the welcomed “beep-beep” from transmitters on their legs. It’s a new speed record for the demanding 1,200-mile journey.
With your support, the $120,000 can be reached to ensure a fifth migration; and the ICF can maintain hard-won momentum toward re-establishing a migratory flock of endangered Whooping Cranes to the eastern U.S. The goal is to establish 25 breeding pairs in this flock. Join Orvis, the ICF, and its partners to bring back North America’s rare and magnificent Whooping Crane, a symbol of survival.