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Egg Score Card 2014



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ICF’s captive Whooping Cranes are laying eggs – breeding season is here! A tradition at ICF is to follow our “Egg Score Card,” which tracks the Whooping Crane eggs from our captive flock.

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ICF is Celebrating Party for the Planet!



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On Saturday, April 26th, 2014, bring your family to the International Crane Foundation, where we are celebrating Earth Day with our Party for the Planet™.

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You’re Invited to An Evening with the Cranes 2014



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Gather your friends and join the International Crane Foundation for our fifth annual Evening with the Cranes on Saturday, June 21 from 5 – 8 pm! Described as earthly elegant, this outdoor event at our headquarters in Baraboo, Wis. is an opportunity to meet the dedicated people that work at ICF and learn about our global conservation programs.

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Texas Whooping Crane Wintering Area May be Affected by Oil Spill



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ICF is concerned about the Kirby Inland Marine oil spill that occurred in Galveston Bay, Texas on March 22. If prevailing winds and currents drive the oil spill southwest along the Texas coast, there may be a possible landfall of spilled oil along Matagorda Island and adjacent bays later this week. This could potentially put the endangered Whooping Crane at risk.

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



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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.

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