Waiting for the Right Winds
and cranes by pen in Terrell Cty, GA
miles gone and Florida just one leg away, it's tough to wait, but that's
the only choice for today. It's cold and clear in Terrell County, Georgia,
with winds at 12 mph from the east-southeast. What direction do the winds
need to be before the team will take off again? What make's a fly-able
day? Here's the pilot's checklist:
This! Journaling Question
young cranes gew up among wolves and ravens at Necedah NWR, while Chassahowitzka
is home to anhingas, manatees, oysters, blue crabs and other critters
not in Wisconsin. What dangers will the young cranes have to avoid it
they are to survive the winter? Write your predictions, then see if
you want to add more after you review our flock
chart for the 2001 cranes to see what happened to two of those cranes
shortly after arrival, and listen
to Ranger Jennifer Rabuck talk about Wisconsin and Florida predators.
Journey North is pleased to feature this educational
adventure made possible by the
Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership (WCEP).
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