Eastern Crane Bulletin

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The Eastern Crane E-bulletin is distributed to those interested in cranes in general,
and specifically, the Eastern Populations of Sandhill and Whooping Cranes, as well
as the continuing work for the protection of these birds and their habitats.

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September 2017 issue click here

June 2017 issue click here

March 2017 issue click here

December 2016 issue click here

September 2016 issue click here

June 2016 issue click here

March 2016 issue click here

December 2015 issue click here

September 2015 issue click here

June 2015 issue click here

March 2015 issue click here

December 2014 issue click here

September 2014 issue click here

June 2014 issue click here

March 2014 issue click here:
• Whooping Cranes need our voices!
• CITGO Fueling Good Project helps non-profit save endangered american bird
• Update on Eastern Migratory Population of WHCRs
• Seventy years later, WHCR survival remains tenuous
• Whooping Cranes begin spring journey to Canada
• Drought threatens migration in CA
• Update: Eastern Population of SACRs hunt seasons
• Stress level may effect egg fertility
• Sandhill adapts well to prosthetic leg
• MS Sandhill hit by car returned to refuge
• Equine encephalitis virus and WHCRs

December 2013 issue click here:
• International Crane Foundation (ICF) turns 40!
• Endangered Whooping Cranes migrate south
• Wild-hatched Sandhill #W3-13 heads south with parents
• Please remember (upon sighting a Whooping Crane)
• Texas Whooping Crane watchers needed
• Whooping Cranes return to Louisiana
• The Environmental Almanac: Sandhill Cranes put on a show
• 2014 Sandhill Crane Festivals
• UPDATE: Eastern Population of Sandhill Crane hunt seasons

September 2013 issue click here:
• Experienced Whoopers lead the way in migration
• Crowdsourcing, for the birds
• “Salute to the Dawn”
• TWRA votes to approve first Tennessee Sandhill Crane season
• Researchers work to restore Whooping Cranes in Louisiana
• Louisiana Whooping Cranes build nest outside captivity for first time in decades.

June 2013 issue click here:
• Whooping Crane news
• Sandhill Crane hunting in Tennessee?
• Fort Smith man stands on guard for Whooping Cranes
• What to do if you see a banded crane

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To receive the quarterly E-bulletin contact:

Mary W. Yandell, Editor
Kentucky Coalition for Sandhill Cranes
kycoalition4sandhillcranes@gmail.com
mtwyandell@gmail.com

Or

Cynthia Routledge
Southeastern Avian Research / Specializing in Winter Hummingbird banding
www.southeasternavianresearch.org
The Tennessee Ornithological Society
www.tnbirds.org
routledges@bellsouth.net

We never lend or sell our E-bulletin recipient list.

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2 Responses to Eastern Crane Bulletin

  1. Pingback: Whooping Crane and Sandhill Crane Education Info - Friends of the Wild Whoopers

  2. There’s certainly a lot to know about this issue.
    I really like all of the points you have made.

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