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Feb 13, 2024

Recently Installed Powerline Diverters May Help Mitigate Bird Collisions

International Crane Foundation and AEP Texas Partner to Save Cranes CONTACT: Jodi Legge, Director of External Affairs, 608-356-9462, ext. 120; Carter Crouch, Ph.D. Director of Gulf Coast Programs, 940-704-6008 Feb.… Continue reading Recently Installed Powerline Diverters May Help Mitigate Bird Collisions

Feb 12, 2024

Natal Dispersal and Whooping Crane Conservation

Whooping Cranes, once nearing extinction in the 1940s, currently number over 700 in the wild across four populations, thanks to strong conservation and reintroduction efforts. These populations are closely monitored… Continue reading Natal Dispersal and Whooping Crane Conservation

Feb 09, 2024

Whooping Crane Eastern Population Update – February 2024

Below is the most recent update for the Eastern Migratory Population of Whooping Cranes. In January, most birds stayed on their typical wintering grounds, but a few pushed further south with… Continue reading Whooping Crane Eastern Population Update – February 2024

Feb 07, 2024

Collaboration Is at the Core of Crane Conservation

Crane conservation is many things – it is creative, resourceful, compassionate, and, above all else, it is collaborative. The International Crane Foundation is one of many partners dedicated to protecting… Continue reading Collaboration Is at the Core of Crane Conservation

Jan 25, 2024

Why Do Whooping Cranes Migrate?

Whooping Cranes are one of many species that form strong bonds with their partners, and once that bond is established with another crane, they will typically remain in that pairing… Continue reading Why Do Whooping Cranes Migrate?

Jan 16, 2024

Cranes Unite Us

The 50th-anniversary celebration of the International Crane Foundation in Beijing, China Reprinted from Guangming Daily by Xu Tan On December 7, our staff and colleagues gathered in Beijing, China, to… Continue reading Cranes Unite Us

Jan 09, 2024

In the News – December 2023

Monthly summary of media stories highlighting our global programs. Sandhill Cranes gathering in Wisconsin, migrating south, Fox6 Milwaukee LDWF’s Whooping Crane Program adds four more birds to population, Louisiana Department of Wildlife… Continue reading In the News – December 2023

Jan 05, 2024

Need to Recycle Your Real Christmas Tree?

International Crane Foundation Needs Well-Watered Trees for Cranes Jan. 5, 2024 (Baraboo) – The International Crane Foundation is looking for real Christmas trees (not artificial) to use in crane exhibits… Continue reading Need to Recycle Your Real Christmas Tree?

Jan 03, 2024

Whooping Crane Eastern Population Update – January 2024

Below is the most recent update for the Eastern Migratory Population of Whooping Cranes. In December, the 2023 cohort appeared to be doing well, and the cranes migrated south to their… Continue reading Whooping Crane Eastern Population Update – January 2024

Dec 07, 2023

International Crane Foundation Partners in Zambia to Manage and Restore Blue Lagoon and Lochinvar National Parks

20-Year Agreement Solidifies Decades of Conservation Work in the Kafue Flats The International Crane Foundation recently signed a 20-year collaborative partnership agreement to help restore and manage Blue Lagoon and… Continue reading International Crane Foundation Partners in Zambia to Manage and Restore Blue Lagoon and Lochinvar National Parks