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WIND-iana Wins Again (+0 Miles)
November 21, 2007: Migration Day 40

Chris will be the lead pilot when they leave Jackson County, but today he's going nowhere. The planes are tucked in a building on Muscatatuck NWR.
Photo
Jamie Johannsen


In past years, the state of Indiana has earned the name WIND-iana from the migration team. Yes, it's day five delayed on the ground at the last stop in windy Jackson County. What does the team do to pass the time? Check out Nathan's report and photos on Operation Migration's Web site this morning! What can YOU do to pass the time? Check out our Journal Questions below!

In the Classroom

  • Today's Journal Question: Let's think about flying instead of being grounded. What's the record number of fly-days in a row in 7 years of migration history? See Operation Migration's chart to tally up the score! >> Have you updated your Migration Comparison Chart? >>

 

 


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