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  • WCEP: 2004 Whooping Crane Migration
    they fly over Crystal River Mall on the last leg of their migration Join the migration ground crew at the grassy area located at the northwest entrance to the mall US Hwy 19 at the north end of the town of Crystal River Weather conditions control the timing check the Operation Migration website for the latest on when the flyover may occur Day 60 Dec 8 Gilchrist County Florida Another day on the ground because of fog and south winds Day 59 Dec 7 Gilchrist County Florida Fog and southerly winds are keeping the migration team grounded again today Day 58 Dec 6 Gilchrist County Florida The team is standing down today as they prepare for the final leg of the migration The migration will be complete hopefully tomorrow when the pilots lead the whooping cranes to Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge There the whooping cranes will spend the winter In spring they will return on their own to Wisconsin Day 57 Dec 5 Hamilton to Gilchrist County Florida After a 2 hour and 5 minute flight the whooping cranes covered 60 6 miles One more day may bring them to their destination at Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge in Citrus county

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  • WCEP: 2004 Whooping Crane Migration December 4, 2004
    Cranes Visit us on our Social Media sites Facebook Flickr YouTube Twitter 2004 Whooping Crane Migration December 4 2004 Day 56 Dec 4 Terrell County Georgia to Hamilton County Florida Great flying conditions again today The cranes flew 96 miles and are in north Florida Total distance traveled 1061 7 miles Previous Update Next Update 2004 Fall Migration Daily Updates How does this compare to last year In 2003 the

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  • WCEP: 2004 Whooping Crane Migration December 3, 2004
    Visit us on our Social Media sites Facebook Flickr YouTube Twitter 2004 Whooping Crane Migration December 3 2004 Day 55 Dec 3 Haralson to Terrell County Georgia Under ideal flying conditions the pilots and whooping cranes sped across Georgia for almost 3 hours and covered 157 miles Total distance traveled 965 7 miles Previous Update Next Update 2004 Fall Migration Daily Updates How does this compare to last year In

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  • WCEP: 2004 Whooping Crane Migration December 2, 2004
    2004 Day 54 Dec 2 Walker County to Haralson County Georgia After an overlong stay in Walker county and contending with heavy frost the migration team was able to lift off today They flew 62 3 miles to the next stop in Georgia Our best to the migration team we hope you all are remaining sane and the rest of the trip speeds by Total distance traveled 808 7 miles

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  • WCEP: November 27 to 30; Dec. 1, 2004
    27 to 30 Dec 1 2004 Days 52 and 53 Nov 30 to Dec 1 Walker County Georgia A storm with lightening on Tuesday and clearing out on Wednesday Days 50 to 51 Nov 28 to 29 Walker County Georgia Winds continue to keep the migration grounded Day 49 Nov 27 Walker County Georgia Strong southerly winds keep the migration team on the ground Total distance traveled 746 4 miles

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  • WCEP: November 19 to 25, 2004
    48 Nov 26 Meigs County Tennessee to Walker County Georgia After a week stalled at Hiwassee Wildlife Refuge the whooping cranes flew another leg of their migration For 13 of the cranes the flight was relatively uneventful They covered 49 2 miles But a single rogue left the groups and flew on it s own making a long day for the Operation Migration team tracking its flight Total distance traveled

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  • WCEP: November 19 to 25, 2004
    day at Hiwassee Wildlife Refuge Day 45 Nov 23 Meigs County Tennessee Another day at Hiwassee Wildlife Refuge Days 43 and 44 Nov 21 and 22 Meigs County Tennessee Low cloud ceiling and poor visibility stalls the migration at Hiwassee Wildlife Refuge Day 42 Nov 20 Meigs County Tennessee No migrating today Day 41 Nov 19 Meigs County Tennessee The whooping cranes stayed on the ground this morning Strong southerly

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  • WCEP: November 18, 2004
    sites Facebook Flickr YouTube Twitter Archives 2004 Whooping Crane Migration November 18 2004 Day 40 Nov 18 Cumberland to Meigs County Tennessee The whooping cranes and their migration team are now at Hiawassee Wildlife Refuge in southeastern Tennessee They flew for 1 hour and 15 minutes this morning and covered 45 miles Total distance traveled 697 2 miles Previous Update Next Update 2004 Fall Migration Daily Updates How does this

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