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Fall Migration 2014
Whooping Crane Migration, Fall 2012
Operation Migration

A new wild flock of Whooping cranes is being reintroduced to the eastern United States, where whoopers had not flown for over a century. In Fall 2014, Operation Migration are leading this year's new chicks from Wisconsin to Florida.

 

Keep a Migration Journal
Whooping Crane Migration Journal Cover Read About Migration image of chart Record Distance Traveled Migration Map
Journal Cover Read
About Migration
Record
Migration Hghlights
Calculate
Distances Traveled
Map
the Migration
Inspire students to think and act like scientists by creating journals as they follow the fall migration. Page by page, the journal becomes a workplace where students explore ever-changing events, record compelling questions, formulate hypotheses, document discoveries, and chronicle the challenges of survival and species recovery.
Fall Migration Archives
Every fall since 2001, Operation Migration pilots have led captive-bred whooping crane chicks on their first fall migration from Wisconsin to Florida. Compare this fall's migration to those in years past.
Whooping Crane Migration, Fall 2011
Doug Pellerin
Whooping Crane Migration, Fall 2011
Heather Ray
Whooping Crane Migration, Fall 2011
Masako Pellerin
Whooping Crane Migration, Fall 2011
Linda Reynolds

2014

2013

2012

2011

Whooping Crane Migration, Fall 2010
Frances Brown
Whooping Crane Migration, Fall 2009
Heather Ray
Whooping Crane Migration, Fall 2008
Operation Migration
Whooping Crane Migration, Fall 2007
Operation Migration

2010

2009 2008 2007
Whooping Crane Migration, Fall 2006
Operation Migration
Whooping Crane Migration, Fall 2005
Operation Migration
Whooping Crane Migration, Fall 2004
Operation Migration
Whooping Crane Migration, Fall 2003
Operation Migration
2006
2005 2004 2003
Whooping Crane Migration, Fall 2002
Operation Migration
Whooping Crane Migration, Fall 2001
Operation Migration
   
2002
2001    
Spring Migration Archives
Whooping Crane Migration
Klaus Nigge
Spring 2013 News
Sue Kersey
Whooping crane adult and chick
Klaus Nigge
Whooping crane on nest
Klaus Nigge
2014 2013 2012 2011
Male Whooping crane displays red crown.
Eva Szyszkoski
Whooping crane  with beak open and tongue showing
Laura Erickson
Young Whooping crane nabs a blue crab to eat.
Brooke Pennypacker
Pair of cranes in migration
Laura Erickson
2010 2009

2008

2007

Pair of cranes in migration
Jason Weinrauch
Pair of cranes in migration
WCEP
   
2006 2005

Journey North is pleased to feature this educational adventure made possible by the
Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership (WCEP).

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