from tracking, Eva reports from Wisconsin:
"As far as we know, 23-10 and 26-10 are still in southern
Indiana, on migration (last
update was April 24th). Cranes #15-10 and #16-10 are still
MIA (missing in action). The
location of #10-10 is also unknown, but since her radio
signal was heard in Wisconsin, I would say that she’s
around here somewhere!
Update: 16 nests as of April 27
#216/716 no longer have a nest. I do not know the details
of the situation, but one egg
from their nest and is currently at ICF being
incubated. It is likely fertile, but we don’t know that
#512 and 722 also are no longer nesting.
#408/519 were discovered
with a nest on April 26.
on Florida Male #1343
we know for sure that he made it
the way up here! On April 22 I found
Florida male 1343 near New Lisbon
in Juneau County, Wisconsin. He
was initially near a 2009 male who flew
away from him as I
cranes are in
where he is,
tracking field Manager Eva is
the Wisconsin nesting grounds.
#827 and #908 are too young for eggs. Still, the young pair
are building a nest. Eva took this photo of the young pair
up their nest platform. Why? Click for a closer look and find
out the reason.