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Class of 2016

← Return to Biographies About this year's Whooping Crane chicks: Twelve of this year's 13 cranes were hatched and raised by adult cranes in a captive-breeding facility, where there was minimal human contact and no costumed handlers. The chicks were transported in September 2016 to the eastern flock's summer range in Wisconsin. All but one were [...]

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Class of 2014

← Return to Biographies Three release methods were used in 2014 – Ultralight-guided (Group One), Parent Reared (Group Two) and wild-hatched cranes are in Group Three. Group 1 - Ultralight-guided Whooping Cranes 2-14 Died March '15   3-14 4-14 7-14 Died '16 8-14 Died March '17 9-14 Died Jan '16 10-14 Died Jan '16 Group 2 [...]

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Class of 2015

← Return to Biographies Three Release methods were used in 2015 – Ultralight-guided Migration (Group One), Direct Autumn Release (Group Two) and Parent Reared (Group Three). Group Four includes any wild-hatched Whooping Cranes in the flock. Group One - Ultralight-guided Whooping Cranes 1-15 Died Oct '16   2-15 Removed July '20 6-15 8-15 Died Aug '17 [...]

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Class of 2013

← Return to Biographies Three release methods were used in 2013 – Ultralight-guided (Group One), Direct Autumn Release (Group Two) and Parent Reared (PR). This is the first year that the Parent Reared release method was used. Group Four includes any successfully fledged wild-hatched Whooping Cranes in the Eastern Migratory Population. Group One - Ultralight-guided Whooping [...]

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Class of 2012

← Return to Biographies Two release methods were used in 2012: Ultralight-guided (Group One) and Direct Autumn Release (Group Two). Group Three includes any successfully fledged wild-hatched Whooping Cranes in the Eastern Migratory Population. All Whooping cranes released in 2012 under the aircraft-guided method learned a migration route by following Operation Migration’s aircraft from White River [...]

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Class of 2011

← Return to Biographies Two release methods were used in 2011: Ultralight-guided (Group One) and Direct Autumn Release (Group Two). Group Three includes any successfully fledged wild-hatched Whooping Cranes in the Eastern Migratory Population. This is the first year reintroduction efforts moved away from the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge in Juneau County, Wisconsin, due to biting [...]

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Class of 2009

← Return to Biographies Two release methods were used in 2009: Aircraft-guided (Group One) and Direct Autumn Release (Group Two). Group Three includes two wild-hatched Whooping Cranes in the Eastern Migratory Population that unfortunately didn't survive to fledge. All Whooping Cranes released in 2009 under the aircraft-guided method learned a migration route by following Operation Migration’s [...]

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Class of 2010

← Return to Biographies Two release methods were used in 2010: Ultralight-guided (Group One) and Direct Autumn Release (Group Two). Group Three includes any successfully fledged wild-hatched Whooping Cranes in the Eastern Migratory Population! All Whooping Cranes released in 2010 under the aircraft-guided method learned a migration route by following Operation Migration’s aircraft from Necedah National [...]

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Class of 2008

← Return to Biographies Two release methods were used in 2008: Ultralight-guided (Group One) and Direct Autumn Release (Group Two). All Whooping Cranes released in 2008 under the aircraft-guided method learned a migration route by following Operation Migration’s aircraft from Necedah National Wildlife Refuge in Juneau County, Wisconsin, to St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge in Wakulla [...]

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