the Waiting Game in
Shelby County, KY
Meanwhile, some schools along the migration trail are are lucky to get a visitor from the migration team. Joan Garland, teacher from the International Crane Foundation in Wisconsin, visits. She brings a costume, puppet, and other fun equipment. Kids ask questions for the team and pilot, and Joan gets the answers. Later we'll share those questions and answers with YOU! For starters, here's a look at the kids from Cub Run Elementary in Cub Run, Kentucky, yesterday:
migration news from other whooping cranes in the air:
18 Leave Wisconsin Yesterday
Missing from their usual roost areas were #312, #316 and #415. Still at Necedah NWR are the four DAR chicks and older cranes #105, #204, #205, #313, #211 and #217, #310, #318. (Remember: the first digit stands for their hatch year in the Eastern flock.)
Journey North is pleased to feature this educational adventure presented in cooperation with the Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership (WCEP).
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