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Weather Delay Again (+0 Miles)
January 10, 2008: Migration Day 79

ICF's Joan Garland and students from Lebanon, Kentucky show how tall a whooping crane stands!
Is 5 feet taller than YOU?

Rain, possible thunderstorms, and great gusting headwinds up top make it impossible to fly the birds today, day 1 on the ground in Coweta County, Georgia. Are you wondering why they don't just truck them? If so, here's why.


In the Classroom
Today's Journal Question:
Are you losing patience? Are you getting discouraged? Imagine how the team feels! In your opinion, what is the single most important thing to remember when we feel this way?





Map Daily News The Chicks The Team

Journey North is pleased to feature this educational adventure presented in cooperation with the Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership (WCEP).
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