Texas Craniacs! Join us Friday, March 23 for the opening reception of “My Journey with Cranes” at The Art Institute of Houston. The exhibit features photographer Ciming Mei’s stunning images of Asia’s Red-crowned and Sarus Cranes. Exhibit open through April 21.
Join us for the 12th Annual Nelson Insitute Earth Day Conference on April 23. The 2018 conference, Up for the Challenge: Innovation for People, Places and the Planet, will explore environmental challenges and solutions through local and global lenses. Visit our table in the exhibit hall to learn more about our conservation programs and look for our staff attending the conference! Learn more and view the conference program.
Attention teachers! Join us on Saturday, April 28, for a FREE workshop to learn how to incorporate our Whooping Crane Trunk into your curriculum. Although intended for educators, the workshop is open to anyone interested in sharing the story of the world’s rarest crane with children or adults. Special thanks to the Greater Sauk Community Foundation for sponsoring this workshop.
Click here to learn more about the International Crane Foundation’s Whooping Crane Trunk program.
To register for the workshop, please email our staff.
Join us at the 21st annual Great Salt Lake Bird Festival! Our Co-founder George Archibald is the festival’s keynote speaker on Saturday, May 19, 2018. George will also be signing his new book My Life with Cranes and will lead several field trips during the festival. Click here to learn more and view the festival schedule.
Our President and CEO Rich Beilfuss will be a featured speaker at the fifth annual Climate Change Forum organized by the Climate Change Coalition of Door County, Wisc. on May 19. Click here to learn more about the Coalition.
Enjoy a magical evening at our headquarters Saturday, June 16, 2018, from 5 to 8 p.m. with refreshments and food from local restaurants, live music and of course – cranes!
Early-bird registration open now through March 31, 2018! To register by phone, please call 608-356-9462 ext. 811.