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Whooping crane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The whooping crane (Grus americana), the tallest North American bird, is an endangered crane species named for its whooping sound. In 2003, there were about 153 pairs ...

Whooping Crane - International Crane Foundation
Recovering from a low of only 21 birds in the wild in the 1940s to around 599 birds today, the Whooping Crane's recovery is one of conservation's most inspiring ...

Whooping Crane - Quivira - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
To view the most up-to-date information about area sightings, click here: Whooping Crane Sightings Species History The Whooping Crane is one of the rarest North ...

Whooping Crane - National Wildlife Federation
The 15 surviving whooping cranes all belonged to one flock that migrated between Wood Buffalo National Park in Canada and the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge in Texas.

Whooping Crane in Michigan | Michigan Nature Association
Sandhill cranes can be seen throughout MNA Nature Sanctuary, including Martin Bay Nature Sanctuary in Delta County, Goose Creek Nature Sanctuary in Lenawee ...

Whooping Crane, Identification, All About Birds - Cornell ...
Learn how to identify Whooping Crane, its life history, cool facts, sounds and calls, and watch videos. The tallest bird in North America, the graceful Whooping Crane ...

Phyllis Haehnle Memorial Audubon Sanctuary
The Phyllis Haehnle Memorial Sanctuary, a Michigan Audubon sanctuary, has an area of over 1,000 acres.The Sanctuary is renowned for its Sandhill Cranes.

Operation Migration
Operation Migration has played a lead role in the reintroduction of endangered Whooping cranes into eastern North America since 2001. In the 1940s the species was ...



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