Conserving all 15 species of cranes requires a broad commitment to the people and places essential to cranes. Since our inception in 1973, the International Crane Foundation has dramatically grown in reach and impact, while steadily developing our capacity to address the health of the landscapes that sustain not only cranes, but also people and a wealth of biological diversity.
Where We Work
We work where cranes are most threatened:
How We Work
The fate of cranes mirrors the health of the places they inhabit. With that in mind, the International Crane Foundation works by addressing the needs of specific crane species, and also by tackling the universal challenges we face as a society: