Story: Too Much Wind (+
December 15, 2008: Migration Day 60
team and birds are grounded by winds for a third day in Franklin
County, Alabama. They are 702 miles into their 1,285-mile journey
south. Tomorrow's weather
is currently calling for the
winds aloft. Sorry we don't have better news!
birds (803, 819, 828, 829 and 830)
dropped out and were crated and driven
to Franklin County on December 12.
What important steps do trackers take
when they go after the dropouts? How
does marsh music help? Find answers
story from tracker Charlie during
last year's migration.
were they on migration Day
60 in 2007? In 2006? Now
you know where they were on migration
Day 60 the past two years. What
is different about the 2008 migration?
What is the single most important reason for the unpredictable length of the
North is pleased to feature this educational adventure presented in
cooperation with the Whooping
Crane Eastern Partnership (WCEP).