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GO Cranes! (+83 Miles)
January 12, 2008: Migration Day 81

Photo Operation Migration

Yesssss! All 17 wonderful birds flew over the Pike County stop and continued to Marion County, Georgia. Hooray! Another 83 miles gone, for a total of 960.3 miles. It was a hard morning; takeoff had to be delayed because of lingering fog that slowly burned off. Then #717 refused to come out of the pen. (More >>) But everyone is now safely on the ground. More good news: According to computer models, the forecast for the next several days looks promising. Keep your fingers crossed that the migration's end is near!


In the Classroom
Today's Journal Question:

Look at the Migration Data to answer this: On how many days of this migration has weather allowed the team to fly 2 or more days IN A ROW?





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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