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  • WCEP: April 22, 2002
    along side several sandhill cranes in a wildlife area in south central Wisconsin WCEP photo by Richard Urbanek U S Fish and Wildlife Service Biologists Richard Urbanek U S Fish and Wildlife Service and Anne Lacy International Crane Foundation spent the day looking for our elusive whooping crane 7 While Lacy in the Windway Capital Corp aircraft looked for the bird north of its last known position Urbanek used his

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  • WCEP: April 20, 2002
    us on our Social Media sites Facebook Flickr YouTube Twitter Archives 2002 Migration North April 20 2002 Weather continues to play a role in finding the loner whooping crane 7 Strong winds and rolling terrain gave International Crane Foundation biologist Anne Lacy a challenge in locating the bird Thanks to aircraft support from Windway Capital Corp with ICF s Matt Hayes aboard a weak radio signal from 7 was located indicating the bird was in Green County Wisconsin but conditions continued to worsen and neither Lacy nor the aircraft were able to pin point the bird s exact location on the ground or in the air Weather forecast for Sunday calls for possible sleet and snow in the area and if that occurs it is unlikely the crane will move much if at all In the meantime the four whooping cranes that made it to Necedah NWR yesterday spent the day flying to various locations near the refuge foraging and reacquainting themselves with their hometown U S Fish and Wildlife Service biologist Richard Urbanek reported by 3 p m the birds had returned to the familiar refuge With the cranes back in Wisconsin both Urbanek Lacy and the aircrew will

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  • WCEP: April 19, 2002
    made two short flights 11 20 am to 12 22 pm and 12 32 pm to 12 47 pm both northerly They stopped to forage in grassland along a wetland in southwestern Green Lake County and then took flight again at 1 29 pm They continued flying slowly northward under a low ceiling of almost complete cloud cover At 3 00 pm when they were in northeastern Green Lake County

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  • WCEP: April 18, 2002
    18 2002 Richard Urbanek found the birds near a gravel quarry in a forest preserve in Cook County Illinois around 6 am Data indicate that the birds initially came to roost at this location at about 5 pm on April 16th and then spent April 17th there on the ground Several ponds were present harboring numerous Canada geese and gulls The birds left the gravel pit to resume migration on April 18th The sky was clear to partly cloudy and winds were South Southwest at 5 to 7 mph increasing to 12 to 18 mph The whooping cranes crossed the Illinois Wisconsin state line into Walworth County Wisconsin Weather conditions began deteriorating with increasing clouds scattered light showers and severe thunderstorms approaching from the west On the morning of April 19 the whooping cranes were found in a State Wildlife Area in Dodge County Wisconsin just a few miles north of where the ground search during the previous evening was discontinued This location and previous tracking data indicate that the birds probably went down at this site about 2 15 pm as weather deteriorated and that they roosted there during the rest of the afternoon and evening of April 18

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  • WCEP: April 17, 2002
    on our Social Media sites Facebook Flickr YouTube Twitter Archives 2002 Migration North April 17 2002 Whooping cranes in northern Illinois WCEP Photo by Richard Urbanek USFWS Richard Urbanek a U S Fish Wildlife Service biologist kept track of the 4 whooping cranes as they stayed in and near a wetland within metropolitan Chicago Surprised the cranes stopped near Chicago Check out the Chicago Wilderness Lone whooping crane 7 in

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  • WCEP: April 15, 2002
    at 2 6 mph and increasing to 8 15 mph The four cranes left the cow pasture pond in Fentress County on the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee at 9 30 CDT At 6 02 p m they landed in a harvested field in Johnson County Indiana and then moved to a small adjacent horse pasture They roosted in or near a small shallow water depression in the pasture Richard is

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  • WCEP: April 14, 2002
    their tail feathers the five whooping cranes departed Henry GA at about 9 50 Central headed north Just before crossing over into Tennessee one crane 7 split off the group and eventually landed in McMinn County TN at about 4 30 p m local time The remaining four cranes continued their flight north crossing onto the Cumberland Plateau and landing in Fentress County TN about an hour and twenty minutes

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  • WCEP: April 13 , 2002
    Five WCEP study whooping cranes foraging along an impoundment in Henry County GA WCEP Photo by Richard Urbanek U S Fish and Wildlife Service Weather continues to impact the five whooping cranes from making any further progress north today However that was not the case yesterday Biologist Anne Lacy International Crane Foundation had planned to read another book since the weather was still rainy throughout the area The cranes had

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