Richard Urbanek, ICF/FWS Project
Biologist. He's look at cranes through his spotting scope! Dr.
Urbanek assigns the banding codes and tracks the experienced "ultralcranes" all
year round. Richard and Marianne Wellington are co-chairs of
the DAR project.
Zimorski, aviculturalist with International
Crane Foundation (ICF). Sara helps watch over the
chicks during their first winter in Florida. Using radio
is a tracker for the new flock on their fall and spring
and Richard are co-chairs of the tracking team.
Wellington, chick-rearing specialist at ICF.
Marianne, along with Richard Urbanek, is in charge of raising
the chicks in the direct autumn release (DAR) group.
She will also help supervise the new cranes at their home
in Florida after they follow wild cranes there for their first
Education Outreach Coordinator at te International
Crane Foundation (ICF). Joan travels with the migration
team and visits schools along the route
to teach kids about the cranes. To invite her to your classroom,
feedback form and we'll do the rest.
Barry Hartup, Veterinarian with International
Crane Foundation and Health Team Leader for WCEP.
He and his team keep the birds healthy.
Stehn, Biologist at Aransas
is the U.S. Leader of the International Crane Recovery Team, a WCEP Partner.
Johns, Canadian Wildlife Service Biologist, is the
Canadian Leader of the International Crane Recovery Team.
Clauss, Robert Doyle, and Barb Clauss— crane trainers/handlers
at Patuxent WRC. They help at Necedah, too, and at points along
the migration. Brian joined the ground crew on Nov. 9 as
a tracker when Charlie went back to Patuxent.