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  • WCEP: November 5, 2004
    Kankakee County Illinois to Boone County Indiana The migration team and whooping cranes were finally able to make another leg of their migration today With a tailwind they were able to fly over 92 miles According to Heather Ray of Operation Migration In all nine cranes made the 2 hour flight 3 didn t make it any distance and two others flew about 65 miles of the 92 mile distance

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  • WCEP: November 1 thru 4, 2004
    2004 Day 26 Nov 4 Kankakee County Illinois Drizzle and fog migration team is grounded Day 25 Nov 3 Kankakee County Illinois Strong head winds this morning keep the team grounded Day 24 Nov 2 Kankakee County Illinois Strong wind lowing cloud ceiling and rain another day in Kankakee Day 23 Nov 1 Kankakee County Illinois Rain and a strong easterly wind has the migration team grounded Total distance traveled

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  • WCEP: October 31, 2004
    the winds were conducive for the migration to continue today Operation Migration pilots led eleven of the whooping cranes 56 8 miles to the next stop in Kankakee county Illinois Three cranes did not make the flight Two of those birds were s 412 and 419 the youngest of the flock and ones that had trouble on the last flight day Oct 24 The third crane 414 did fly the

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  • WCEP: October 25 to 30, 2004
    2004 Day 18 thru 21 Oct 27 thru 30 LaSalle County Illinois Windy rainy humid weather keeps the migration team grounded Day 17 Oct 26 LaSalle County Illinois Headwinds are still too strong for the cranes to battle so the migration team is grounded today Day 16 Oct 25 LaSalle County Illinois Strong headwinds and warm temperatures aloft kept the migration team on the ground this morning Total distance traveled

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  • WCEP: October 24, 2004
    The migration continued today as 11 of the whooping cranes flew 62 4 miles from Winnebago to LaSalle County Illinois The weather was cold and clear with a slight wind Three cranes dropped out early and were crated to the next stop The three cranes that dropped out were according to the Operation Migration team 419 420 the two youngest birds in the flock and the consistent trouble maker 414

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  • WCEP:
    You See Whooping Cranes Visit us on our Social Media sites Facebook Flickr YouTube Twitter Archives 2004 Whooping Crane Migration October 22 to 23 2004 Winnebago County Illinois Rain and wind are keeping the migrating cranes and their pilots on the ground today Total distance traveled 129 7 miles Previous Update Next Update 2004 Fall Migration Daily Updates How does this compare to last year In 2003 the migration started

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  • WCEP:2004 Whooping Crane Migration October 21, 2004
    up enough that the pilots were able to leave this morning with 14 cranes About 50 minutes into the flight the headwinds became too strong They landed at an intermediate stop One whooping crane dropped out several miles before the other 13 cranes But one pilot and that single bird took a short break and then flew to join the rest of the cranes and pilots The distance flown today

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  • WCEP: 2004 Whooping Crane Migration October 14 to 20, 2004
    remains grounded Day 7 Oct 16 Winds up to 25 mph keep the birds and team on the ground Unfortunately this is typical mid October weather Day 12 Oct 20 Conditions were cold 46 with high humidity and a low cloud ceiling The Operation Migration pilots began flying with the whooping cranes but aborted the flight after 16 minutes High humidity affects the birds breathing and there were difficulties keeping

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