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Whooping Crane Eastern Population Update – Nov 2018

Below is the most recent update for the Eastern Migratory Population of Whooping Cranes. In the last month, migration has begun! A huge thank-you to the staff of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Department of Natural Resources, the International Crane Foundation and all of the volunteers who help us keep track of the cranes throughout the year. We appreciate your contribution to the recovery of the Whooping Crane Eastern Migratory Population.

Guest Services

Resources ADA Accessibility and Scooters: Accessibility and safety are very important to the International Crane Foundation. The main trails throughout the crane exhibit area are paved and easily accessed by visitors… Continue reading Guest Services

Class of 2019

Two of this year’s chicks were captive-hatched and raised by adult cranes with little human contact at the International Crane Foundation in Wisconsin. 2019 also had 19 chicks hatch with… Continue reading Class of 2019

ICF and UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine Treat Injured Whooping Crane


An old English proverb states “the eyes are the window to the soul.” In my line of work, the eyes are sometimes a window into the health of a patient. Though the eyes may not be the most prominent feature of cranes, compared to raptors for instance, the cranes do show beautiful diversity in eye color, and have a predictable shape and relationship to the form of the skull. When changes occur in this presentation, the observant among us know something could be wrong.