Migration Day 16
in. . .WIND-iana
a forecast of calm morning air, gusty winds blew from the south.
It was windy enough to ground the migration in Benton County,
Indiana. Yet, 5 miles away from the pen location the air was
calm. Are the winds teasing the team again this year? It's happened
so many times in the past that the team has dubbed this state WIND-iana.
Oh well. The team will do their laundry and other chores
that have piled up over the past few busy days, and hope to fly tomorrow.
our map or make your own with this migration data.
map to enlarge.)
a Migration Journal
Question: Think about the team and the crane-kids.
What are some advantages of having a day off now and then?
Write about a time when you worked hard toward a goal, but
took a break. What was the effect?
was the migration on this date last year? Check
the archives! Click
on 2004 to find out. Make a prediction in your journal about
when you think the migration will reach the end.
Journey North is pleased to feature this educational
adventure presented in cooperation with the Whooping
Crane Eastern Partnership (WCEP).
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