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Survey Reveals Threatened Black-necked Crane Increasing in Tibet
Record numbers of Black-necked Cranes and Bar-headed Geese are wintering in the Tibet Autonomous Region of the People’s Republic of China. A January 2007 joint survey by the Tibet Plateau Institute of Biology and the International Crane Foundation (ICF) Read morearrow

East Asia Flyway Project
ICF has received support from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation-ConocoPhillips SPIRIT of Conservation Migratory Bird Program to conduct a three-year project focusing on endangered cranes and wetland ecosystems along the east China flyway. Read morearrow

East Asia Flyway Project

Chinese Language Students Bring Cranes Into the Classroom
ICF partners with teachers throughout the world to intoduce cranes to thousands of students each year. With the assistance of the ICF China Program, students in the Chinese language program at James Madison Memorial High School in Madison, Wisconsin Read morearrow

Chinese Language Students

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