Following this discovery, the Whooping Crane
Recovery Team--a team composed of ten crane experts from the U.
The latest project added for visualization and analysis with SLAMM-View is the whooping crane
winter habitat in and around the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge.
Sentinel chickens (Gallus gallus) monitored on two whooping crane
release sites in central Florida, USA, during the 2003-04 and 2004-05 release seasons seroconverted, demonstrating natural exposure to IBDV serotype 2.
The whooping crane
(Grus americana) is a "flagship" species for the Service's endangered species recovery program.
More than two thirds of listed species, ranging from the brown pelican to the whooping crane
, are now regarded as stable or improving.
The amount of waste corn available to the birds is about 50 percent less than 20 years ago," says Paul Currier, executive director of the Platte River Whooping Crane
com)-- Registration is open for the annual Whooping Crane
Festival scheduled for February 22-25, 2018 in Port Aransas, Texas.
Some, such as the Whooping Crane
of North America, are ex- tremely rare.
There is no reason why the Keystone XL pipeline, which would cross the Ogallala Aquifer, the Sandhills of Nebraska, and the migratory route of the endangered and iconic whooping crane
, should move forward without a current review of its potential environmental impacts.
Based upon the true story of George Archibald and Tex, a rare whooping crane
, "Dancing With Tex: The Remarkable Friendship To Save the Whooping Cranes
" is the exciting environmental rescue story of an amazing rare whooping crane
by student/scientist George Archibald, and a string of other involved, crane -loving humans.
One of the nation's most iconic endangered species, the whooping crane
(Grus americana), faced a pivotal time in the mid- to late-1960s.
Major arteries near the heart in the whooping crane