Midwest Craniacs! Stop by our “Migrating Gift Shop” at the Cornerstone Gallery in Baraboo, Wisconsin July 13 to Aug. 31, 2019.
Browse our exclusive gifts, along with new items designed for Baraboo’s Big Top Parade theme on July 20 – the groovy 60s!
Join our staff at the Horicon Marsh Outdoor Field Day on Saturday, August 3. Learn about birding – including Whooping Cranes – and other outdoor activities at this free open house. Click here to learn more.
Join us for a presentation on Endangered Whooping Cranes – and meet our Whooping Crane mascot Hope – on Saturday, Aug. 17, at Mirror Lake State Park in Baraboo, Wisconsin. Click here to learn more about events at the park.
Visit us at The Summer Bodega on Aug. 22 from 5 to 9 p.m. in Madison, Wisconsin! Our staff with be hosting the Nature Net booth at the event. Stop by to check out our educational materials and handouts, simple crafts and activities, and a special appearance by Hope the Whooping Crane! Learn more about this fabulous evening.
Learn about our work to save the world’s cranes and get an update on our current headquarter’s renovation at the Stoughton Area Senior Center on Tuesday, Aug. 27. Learn more about the center’s activities.
The Treinen Farm “Crane Dance” corn maze opens Aug. 31 – we promise it will be a-maze-ing. The farm is open weekends beginning Labor Day Weekend through early Nov.
Look for our staff sharing information on all things crane every weekend beginning Sept. 28 through Oct. 27 from 12 noon to 4 p.m.!
Stop by the International Crane Foundation’s exhibit and “Migrating Gift Shop” at the Walk in the Woods Art Fair in Kenosha, Wisconsin on September 7, 2019. Learn about our global programs and shop for a cause! Click here to learn more.
Join us for a fun-packed day of family-friendly festivities, including guest speakers, craft fair, children’s activities, silent auction and delicious food! Explore White River Marsh State Wildlife Area and celebrate our ongoing efforts to save the Endangered Whooping Crane from extinction. And don’t miss our “Migrating Gift Shop”! Click here to learn more.
Peace in the Korean peninsula has never been closer. How can we use crane conservation between North and South Korea to strengthen collaboration and safeguard the existence of these endangered and culturally significant birds for future generations?
The Cheorwon Plain, located south of the Demilitarized Zone in South Korea, is an important staging and wintering area for Red-crowned and White-naped Cranes in East Asia, as well as numerous other species. Elsewhere in their range, these species are declining, but in Cheorwon numbers are increasing as the birds find safe haven in the traditional rice paddies and wetlands. However, the crane sites along the DMZ are under increasing threat as relations between the two nations move toward peace.
Hear from local conservationists and government leaders how they are working together with the International Crane Foundation and local farmers along the DMZ to lead efforts to protect the remarkable diversity of cranes and other wildlife for all countries of the East Asian Flyway and the world.