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  • WCEP: October 16 , 2002
    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 October 16 2002 Day 4 Sauk County Wisconsin The whooping cranes and crew were able to fly this morning They left at about 8 00 am and flew for 45 minutes covering 23 miles Although the day was

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  • WCEP: October 15 , 2002
    cranes back to 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 October 15 2002 Day 3 Juneau County Wisconsin Due to strong northwest winds the whooping cranes and migration crew continue to be stalled at

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  • WCEP: October 14 , 2002
    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 October 14 2002 Day 2 Juneau County Wisconsin The whooping cranes and migration crew are stalled at the first stop in southern Juneau County due to strong winds Previous Update Next Update 2002 Fall Migration Daily Updates This Whooping Crane

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  • WCEP: October 13 , 2002
    Migration October 13 2002 Day 1 Juneau County Wisconsin The whooping crane migration began today as the pilots from Operation Migration Inc led 17 cranes on their first leg of the journey south to Florida Unfortunately wind direction shifted during the flight Seven cranes made the 21 6 mile journey to the first stop in Juneau County One crane turned back and flew back to the pen at Necedah The

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  • WCEP: May 6 to 16, 2002
    to a state Wildlife Area The locals said that they seemed to roost during the evening along a wetland stream area and during daytime they foraged in waste cornfields on private lands They may have moved from their previous location due to increased farming activity I noticed all the cornfields were being plowed May 15 was a clear sunny perfect day to be in the field all 4 radio transmitters emitted signals and I found the cranes foraging on a hillside full of waste corn with knee high stalks and weeds presumably not disced last fall to prevent erosion The field overlooked some unplowed corn fields a couple of ponds a stream and a small 9 hole golf course I could not have obtained a visual on the whooping cranes yesterday nor could we have learned details of habitat they are using were it not for the proprieters of a small golf course who offered me access to nearby private property These folks and many others in the area already knew they had very special whooping cranes in their community They were excited about it and they were receptive to my cautionary comments about protecting the cranes privacy to protect

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  • WCEP: May 4, 2002
    Necedah National Wildlife Refuge That s the pen itself in the lower portion of the photo WCEP photo taken early morning May 4 by Richard Urbanek U S Fish and Wildlife Service Whooping crane 7 was back at her original training site on the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge in central Wisconsin early this morning U S Fish and Wildlife Service biologist Richard Urbanek reported the bird had returned to the

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  • WCEP: May 3, 2002
    2002 Migration North May 3 2002 Whooping crane number 7 at one of the marsh pools on the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge WCEP photo taken at dusk Friday May 3 by Richard Urbanek U S Fish and Wildlife Service We received word late this evening that the loner whooping crane 7 was back on the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge in central Wisconsin U S Fish and Wildlife Service biologist Richard Urbanek reported that while he was looking for some of the sandhill cranes from earlier studies he was startled when 7 flushed from its location on the training area near the pens where the whooping cranes trained for migration last year Urbanek tracked the whooping crane to a marsh pool where it was among other birds including Canada geese Rich King Necedah NWR had reported earlier in the day the bird was still in south central Wisconsin Apparently she changed her mind later and decided it was time to return the refuge With whooping crane 7 s return the 2001 2002 migration is complete All five birds are back in central Wisconsin where they will continue to be monitored by biologists with the Refuge the International Crane Foundation and Wisconsin

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  • WCEP: April 28, 2002
    in central Wisconsin continue to spend their days exploring and foraging in and around the refuge Whooping crane 7 is still in south central Wisconsin and seems to be happy in the habitat she s selected The lone whooping crane has been seen foraging with various other migratory birds such as geese ducks and sandhill cranes as well as out on her own While the project members had hoped whooping crane 7 would resume her northern movement toward Necedah they are still happy she made it back to Wisconsin and will just keep tabs on the lone bird for now Biologists from the U S Fish and Wildlife Service International Crane Foundation and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources along with volunteers will continue to keep track of the five whooping cranes throughout the spring and summer In the fall biologists will again jump in their vehicles and track the Class of 2001 whooping cranes as they make their way back south Everyone remains excited about the five cranes return to Wisconsin but focus is beginning to shift toward the Class of 2002 whooping cranes as biologists and veterinarians at the USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center continue to collect eggs and

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