Join our Conservation Services Director Dr. Barry Hartup for Wednesday Nite @ the Lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus January 31. Can’t make it? Click here to view the recorded lecture after the event.
You are invited to a Crane Party! Green Lake Kindergarten Kids invites you to a party to benefit the International Crane Foundation. You will be treated to:
• An art auction of crane paintings by famous kindergarten artists.
• A free family-friendly drumming show
• Information about cranes from young experts and our Interpretive Program Manager Andy Bingle.
• An inspirational (or at least amusing) Crane Dance.
Join the Fond du Lac Audubon Society for their February evening presentation with our Crane Research Coordinator Anne Lacy, who will talk about the successes and challenges of reintroducing Whooping Cranes in Wisconsin. The presentation will be held at the Moraine Park Technical College in Fond du Lac. From National Avenue, turn into parking lot O and enter door O-1. Classrooms are on your left. The presentation will be in room O-104. Audubon programs are open to the public with no admission fee.
Don’t miss the 22nd Annual Whooping Crane Festival in Port Aransas, Texas Feb. 22-25, 2018!
Festival highlights include a presentation and My Life with Cranes book signing by our Co-founder George Archibald on Friday, Feb. 23, from 9 to 10 a.m. George also will be on the Friday afternoon boat tour. In addition, our President and CEO Rich Beilfuss will speak on Saturday, Feb. 24, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Stop by our booth at the Civic Center, where you can learn more about Whooping Cranes and our global programs, while browsing our unique merchandise from our headquarter’s gift shop! Our Whooping Crane mascot Hope will be making guest appearances at various locations throughout the festival.
Click here to learn more!
Join us at the annual Marsh Madness Sandhill (and Whooping!) Crane Festival at Goose Pond Fish and Wildlife Area in southwestern Indiana. Our Whooping Crane Outreach Coordinator Lizzie Condon is the keynote speaker for the kick-off banquet on Friday, March 2. In addition, our Whooping Crane Program Assistant James Kawlewski will be talking about the Whooping Cranes at Goose Pond on Saturday, March 3, from 1 to 1:45 p.m. Click here to learn more.
Join our Co-founder George Archibald at the Chicago Audubon Society’s Birding America Symposium on March 10, 2018. George is the keynote speaker for the symposium and will present “Huge wings over Chicago and in the skies around the world – cranes.” George will also be available to for a book signing for My Life With Cranes, his new collection of stories. Click here to learn more.
Join us at Audubon’s Nebraska Crane Festival March 22 – 25, 2018, in Kearny! Festival highlights include the presentation “Cranes: Ambassadors for Conservation” by our President & CEO Rich Beilfuss on Saturday, March 24, from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Click here to view the festival schedule.
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.
Interested in becoming a volunteer naturalist with the International Crane Foundation in 2018? Register for our day-long training on Saturday, April 7, 2018, at our headquarters in Baraboo, Wisc. For more information about the training and to register, please email Interpretive Programs Manager, Andy Bingle. Registration closes Sunday, April 1. Learn more about our volunteer opportunities.
Join over 1,000 volunteers across the upper Midwest for the Annual Midwest Crane Count. As a citizen scientist, you can help us monitor the return of Sandhill and Whooping Cranes to their northern breeding grounds. Click here to learn more and to get involved!