In the News – December 2021 and January 2022

[vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text]Our monthly summary of media stories highlighting our global programs.

Hunter Nation doesn’t have the best interests of Wisconsin hunters in mind. We have to protect the resource, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Meet the world with migratory birds (video on second annual Poyang Lake International Birdwatching Week), JXNTV.CN

Wisconsin Life – Time to Soar, PBS Wisconsin

Reintroduced Whooping Cranes are dispersing across Wisconsin, The Wildlife Society

Whooping Crane deaths under investigation, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation

Oklahoma Whooping Crane shootings ‘unprecedented,’ Conservation Coalition of Oklahoma

Bird flu outbreak in Israel kills 5,000 cranes and sparks slaughter of half a million chickens, The Guardian

4 endangered Whooping Cranes killed in Oklahoma during hunting season being considered in Wisconsin, Wisconsin State Journal

A Wisconsin bill introducing a Sandhill Crane hunting season could put the endangered Whooping Crane at risk, Wisconsin Public Radio

‘Angry and heartsick’: Oklahoma game wardens still investigating deaths of Whooping Cranes, The Oklahoman

Is hunting Sandhill Cranes truly necessary? Earth Island Journal

Shootings of 4 rare Whooping Cranes in Oklahoma raise concerns about proposed Wisconsin Sandhill Crane hunt, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Whooping Crane in Louisiana, Heart of Louisiana

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