Migration Day 17
on the Ground in Benton County, IND-iana
beautiful weather, EXCEPT for the southern winds, which are too strong
birds and team to make progress today. The good news is that this location
in Benton County is one of the most isolated stops on migration. The
in safe and far from any
human influence. Most of the corn fields here have
been harvested, so the cranes are unlikely to see any human activity.
'Windi-ana" winds win again today.
our map or make your own with this migration data.
map to enlarge.)
a Migration Journal
Question: Why is the team so relieved that the
cornfields around this site have already been harvested?
Explain your thinking as though you were one of the team
members who have been with these whooping crane chicks since
Journey North is pleased to feature this educational
adventure presented in cooperation with the Whooping
Crane Eastern Partnership (WCEP).
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