November 6, 2001
Good to Go TWO in a Row!
For the first time on this migration, the birds flew two days in a row. The cranes winged another 43 miles today,
landing in Jennings County, Indiana on stop number 8 for the migration. They flew 1 hour and 40 minutes. Frost
on the aircraft wings made for a late departure, and SE headwinds of 5-8 mph slowed their flight.
A few days ago your journaling question asked how you thought Joe and Deke knew the birds were getting tired
while flying. Look back at your notes, and then hear Joe's answer:
Listen for four signs that tell pilots the birds are getting tired.
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Try This! Journaling Questions
- What are four signs that tell the pilots the birds are getting tired in the air?
- What personality clues have you gathered so far about the birds? Add your clues to those above and create personality
profiles in your journal for the birds on this historic migration.
- What is the total distance the birds have covered in the migration so far? How many miles to go?
Map the Migration
Make your own map using the latest migration data
Journey North is pleased to feature this educational adventure made possible by the Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership (WCEP).
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