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  • WCEP: November 30, 2002
    home at Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge The total distance traveled on this migration was 1 204 miles Of the whooping cranes that were ultralight led on migration last year four have independently returned to the winter site at Chassahowitzka The fifth bird whooping crane 6 was last reported in Meigs County TN Although the migration was long for the migration team and cranes their work has been a huge success

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  • WCEP: November 29, 2002
    morning Under cold 28 degrees conditions they flew for 1 hour and 17 minutes and traveled 52 8 miles Their total distance traveled is 1174 3 miles This will be the final stop before they arrive at their final destination at Chassahowtizka National Wildlife Refuge in Florida The Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership is planning a flyover event to give an opportunity for the public to see the whooping cranes and ultralights The event will be at the field north of the Crystal River Mall on US Hwy 19 during the final flight of the long journey There will also be speakers to provide details about the reintroduction and plans for the coming years The pilots and ground crew members will come to the event after they deliver the whooping cranes to the release pen at Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge The event should take place tomorrow Saturday Nov 30th unless weather prohibits the flight A fourth whooping crane from the Class of 2001 crane 5 arrived back at the Chassahowitzka NWR yesterday The migration crew and refuge staff were on site making final preparations for the arrival of this year s flock when the radio receiver used to track the cranes

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  • WCEP: November 28, 2002
    flew 60 5 miles today Only 82 5 miles to their final destination They took off from Hamilton County and flew to Gilchrist County Florida They have now traveled a total of 1121 5 miles The Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership is planning a flyover event to give an opportunity for the public to see the whooping cranes and ultralights The event will be at the field north of the Crystal

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  • WCEP: November 27, 2002
    Whooping Crane Migration November 27 2002 Day 46 Hamilton County Florida All 16 of the whooping cranes along with three of last year s flock have arrived in Florida This year s whoopers left Terrell County Georgia this morning and flew for a little over an hour and a half covering exactly 100 miles and landing just south of the Georgia Florida state line Less than 150 miles remain between

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  • WCEP: November 26, 2002
    Database What To Do If You See Whooping Cranes Visit us on our Social Media sites Facebook Flickr YouTube Twitter Archives 2002 Whooping Crane Migration November 26 2002 Day 45 Terrell County Georgia Under clear skies with a slight tailwind all 16 whooping cranes left Pike County Georgia this morning and flew 98 5 miles spending almost exactly two hours in the air Terrell County Georgia marks the 17th stop

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  • WCEP: November 25, 2002
    You See Whooping Cranes Visit us on our Social Media sites Facebook Flickr YouTube Twitter Archives 2002 Whooping Crane Migration November 25 2002 Day 44 Pike County Georgia The whooping cranes continued their southern migration this morning Fifteen of the cranes flew just over 107 miles from Gordon County to Pike County Georgia They were airborne for two hours 15 minutes The remaining whooper was crated to Pike County which

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  • WCEP: November 24, 2002
    24 2002 Day 43 Gordon County Georgia Today the 4 whooping cranes that made it to Gordon County yesterday Saturday Nov 23 stayed there The team tried to fly the 12 cranes that were still in Meigs County Tennessee to Georgia Three of those birds followed the ultralights to Georgia but nine of them didn t want to leave Those nine birds were trucked to the Gordon County stop All

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  • WCEP: November 22, 2002
    eastern North America here Home What We Do Who We Are Conservation in Action Get Involved Newsroom Technical Database What To Do If You See Whooping Cranes Visit us on our Social Media sites Facebook Flickr YouTube Twitter Archives 2002 Whooping Crane Migration November 22 2002 Day 41 Meigs County Tennessee Strong winds gusting from the north have resulted in a small aircraft advisory Therefore the whooping cranes and the

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