Migration Day 32
is the top net for the 2nd travel pen, rolled upand ready
Yes, down again. The hopeful pilots were expecting a tailwind. Instead
it was a strong headwind. The crew will hunker down and spend
the day with e-mails
and other chores. The final stop in Wind-iana. . .
Fly-over: Will it be Tomorrow?
you're one of the lucky folks who hopes to see the public fly-over
when the birds leave Muscatatuck NWR, see
our map or make your own with this migration data.
map to enlarge.)
a Migration Journal
the previous ultra-cranes are radio-tracked on migration.
You know that batteries don't last forever. What do you
think happens when the cranes' batteries are done? After
you think, check the update on crane #203 or her mate,
now 3 years old and 2 years old. Why
do you think the experts want to keep tracking these whoopers?
Journey North is pleased to feature this educational
adventure presented in cooperation with the Whooping
Crane Eastern Partnership (WCEP).
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