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Heather Henson puppetry performance at Black-necked Crane network meeting in Gansu Province China.
Research, Education and Dance Combine to Connect Black-necked Crane Conservation in China
  • October 14, 2016

In late summer I joined over 90 participants at a remote nature reserve in north-central China to share research and experiences focusing on Black-necked Crane conservation....

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Pair of Endangered Whooping Cranes Relocated to Florida in Hopes of Successful Breeding
  • October 11, 2016

In a cross-country effort, experts from the International Crane Foundation relocated a rare male Whooping Crane from the Horicon National Wildlife Refuge in Wisconsin to a breeding center in Florida. They believe the bird could play an important role in bringing his species back...

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