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Sarus Crane nest in the Ayeyarwady Delta in Myanmar
Safe Lands, Cranes Dance in Myanmar
  • August 17, 2017

Joining the Burmese farmers on the fields were pairs of Sarus Cranes, busily building their nests at the start of the breeding season. Many of the farmers love to have cranes on their fields. In Wisconsin a great man called it "land ethic." In Myanmar farmers...

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Hooded Crane chick, Opal, on exhibit with her parents at the International Crane Foundation.
Opal – Collaboration Yields a Precious Gem
  • August 15, 2017

This story begins several years ago with a Hooded Crane egg, produced at the International Crane Foundation, and its whirlwind journey across the country to the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle....

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