Departments at ICF

Crane Conservation Crane Conservation
The Crane Conservation Department (CCD) is responsible for all the activities that pertain to the care of our on-site, captive flock of over 100 cranes. Read morearrow
Field Ecology
The Field Ecology Department seeks to safeguard the world's 15 species of cranes by restoring or managing ecosystems that also serve as crane habitat. Read morearrow
Veterinary Services Veterinary Services
To support crane conservation through the application of specialized veterinary medical and diagnostic services. Our goal is to promote and safeguard the health of captive and wild crane populations and the ecosystems on which they depend.
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Site Administration Site Administration
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Education Education
ICF's Education Department provides information, instruction and inspiration to engage people in the conservation of cranes and the ecosystems on which they depend, and through the cranes, introduces concepts that apply to other species, and to environmental conservation as a whole. Read morearrow
Library Library
The Ron Sauey Memorial Library for Bird Conservation is the research library of the International Crane Foundation (ICF) and supports the programs of ICF by collecting and disseminating materials on bird conservation and crane conservation in particular. Read morearrow