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Meet the Flock: Get to Know the Cranes
Crane Quiz #1

Directions: Go to Meet the Flock, Hatch Year 2010. Scroll down to click on each chick's photo for a link to its life story (bio page) and you'll find the answers!

Hatch Year 2010 Answer

1. What is the age range between the oldest chick and the youngest chick in the Class of 2010?

STRATEGY TIP: The cranes are numbered according to the order in which they hatched. How can you use that fact to find the age range, or difference in age, between the oldest chick and the youngest chick?

 

_______ days

 

2. How many males are in the ultralight-led Class of 2010? How many females?

TIP: Each chick's gender is found at the top of its bio page. Click here for links to each bio page. Knowing the genders will give clues to answers for the next two questions.

____ males

_____ females

 

3. This chick hurt her leg when she was tiny and had to get well before she came to Wisconsin. Now the injured leg hangs down a bit when she flies, making her easy to identify in the air.

 

 

4. This chick earned the nickname Zoey “Flower Child” Woodstock. Geoff thinks she spends a lot of time in la-la land. Which chick?

 

 

How did you do? After you're done, check answers here.

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

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