Feb 22, 2022
The wetlands of Rukiga District in southwest Uganda are home to Uganda’s national bird, the Grey Crowned Crane. They are vital to local communities, which rely on the wetlands for their food, water and livelihoods. But increasing human activity is putting pressure on the wetlands and their cranes.
Feb 03, 2022
In the last month, most Whooping Cranes in the Eastern Migratory Population have stayed on their wintering grounds, and some have even moved further south!
Feb 02, 2022
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Jan 31, 2022
Illegal shootings are a major threat to the survival of Endangered Whooping Cranes.
Jan 27, 2022
The unprecedented loss of up to 8,000 Eurasian cranes to an H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza virus in Israel’s Hula Valley in December 2021, was a tragic example of the potential for this virus to sicken wild birds, and now cranes in particular.
Jan 25, 2022
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Jan 05, 2022
In the last month, most Whooping Cranes in the Eastern Migratory Population have reached and stayed on their wintering grounds.
Dec 17, 2021
Earlier this week, the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation released information on the recent shooting of four Whooping Cranes in the state.
Dec 14, 2021
On December 13, 2021, a media article was released on the potential downlisting by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) of the Whooping Crane from Endangered to Threatened status under the Endangered Species Act.