November 4, 2002
No Flight Today
Use the banding codes to identify these cranes!
(See bands on right leg, above the hock.)
Photo OM and WCEP
The team had hopes of the weather getting better and they waited all morning until
giving up. The low ceiling meant poor visibility so they're staying another night
in Boone County, Indiana. But the crew has things to do, and so do you. See today's
Map the Migration
Make your own map using the latest migration data
Try This! Journaling Questions
- Which cranes are pictured in the photo above? Use the banding
codes to figure it out.
- Have you updated your record
of this second historic ultralight migration? (We post reports on weekends, too.)
How many of the 23 days have been no-fly days? What has been the longest flight so
- Joe says, "Despite our large volunteer contingent, migration is the most
expensive portion of the field season and averages just under $1,000.00 per day or
roughly $100.00 per mile. At this tortoise pace, we could have crawled faster."
List as many things that need to be paid for by WCEP partners as you can think of.
If you'd like to help WCEP by sending a contribution of any size, see the end of
Saturday's report for the
Journey North is pleased to feature this educational adventure made possible by
Crane Eastern Partnership (WCEP).
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