Migration Day 47
Windy to Fly
The team an birds remain in Meigs County, TN at Hiwassee State Wildlife
Refuge for the seventh day since arriving.
Today they are standing down due to winds gusting to 25 mph. Heavy rains kept
them here over the past two days. How rainy was it? The rain sogged the
any internet connections. It flooded
road into the camp. Snow this morning in some of the higher elevation areas
of Tennessee, but not in the cranes' neighborhood. Tomorrow will likely still
You Can Help
day costs the migration money, whether they travel or not. Heather
Ray tells us: "An anonymous donor has agreed to match any/all funds
donated while we
are in Tennessee,
to a maximum of $5000.00. Each day we are down due to weather means
an increase to our operating budget of $1000.00."
7 days since the team arrived
at this location. Please consider a small donation to help the cause.
Every little bit helps. For example, $15.00 buys a 50-pound bag of
crane chow. $32.00 pays for 5000 mealworms for Robo-crane to give out.
$30.00 fills the fuel tank of one ultralight airplane, buying about
three hours of flight time. contributions can be made online through
CanadaHelps.org or mailed to:
Migration, Inc. USA
Buffalo, NY 14207
This! Journaling Questions
is Thanksgiving Day in the U.S. (Canada's Thanksgiving Day was in
October.) What are YOU thankful for today? What message would you
send to the migration team, spending their Thanksgiving Days far
Journey North is pleased to feature this educational
adventure made possible by the
Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership (WCEP).
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