Juveniles or Adults?
The cranes in the photo are juveniles.
Much of their rusty brown plumage is being replaced with adult feathers, which are white.
Note that the head and upper neck are the last places
the juvenile to turn white.
— Tom Stehn, USFWS Biologist
North is pleased to feature this educational adventure made possible by
Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership.
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