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Date: 01/01/2007



The
Finish Line

These cranes
had completed spring migration as of the following dates:



March 12: Crane
#307


March 12: Crane #313

March 12: Crane #310

March 19: Crane #205

March 20: Crane #211
The First Family! (Father)

March 20: Crane #217
The First Family! (Mother)

March 20: Crane #W1-06The
First Family! (1st Wild Chick)

March 22: Crane #401

March 23: Crane #312

March 23: Crane #316

March 15: Crane #317

March 23: Crane #201

March 22: Crane #520

March 15: Crane #303

March 23: Crane #306

March 23: Crane #28-05

March 23: Crane #32-05

March 26: Crane #101

March 26: Crane #102

March 26: Crane #402

March 26: Crane #403

March 26 or 27: Crane #412

March 26: Crane #107

March 26: Crane #209

March 17: Crane #419

March 17: Crane #212

March 23: Crane #213

March 23: Crane #218

March 26: Crane #216

March 29: Crane #407

March 29: Crane #27-05

March 29: Crane #311

March 29: Crane #301

March 29: Crane #407

March 29: Crane #408

March 26?: Crane #416

March 29: Crane #501

March 29: Crane #514

March 29: Crane #508

April 2: Crane #505

April 2: Crane #506

April 1: Crane #510

April 1: Crane #511

April 1: Crane #512

April 5: Crane #502

April 5: Crane #503

April 5: Crane #507

April 16: Crane #105

April 16: Crane #519

April 23: Crane DAR #28-06

May 4: Crane #509

May 14: Crane #27-06 DAR Capture/relocate

May 27: Crane #318 His first successful complete, unassisted, spring migration in four years! For the first time, he was finally able to navigate his way around Lake Michigan.

June 13: Crane #524

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Necedah, WI

Latitude: 44.1 Longitude: -90.2

Observed by:
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