in Terrell County, GA (+0
December 12, 2006: Migration Day 69
headwinds at 2000 feet are grounding the team in
Terrell County, GA. again. They seem stuck at 1,001.9
miles, but they hope that changes tomorrow! But here's
good news: All
chicks arrived in Florida
Dec. 8 and the First Family arrived
| DAR27-06 and DAR32-06 in Florida on Dec. 10.
Tally Love, ICF Tracking Team
Journal Question: When cranes 523 and 524 arrived
in Florida on Nov. 22, where did they check in? Why do you think
they went there? What problems could arise if they (and more cranes
from 2005) want to stay in that place?
(a) How many days longer has this migration lasted than
the shortest migration?
(b-for-Bonus) What is the average length
(number of days) of the past 5 migrations? What is your
predicted date of arrival now?
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