Sandhill Cranes are the most numerous of the world’s fifteen crane species. Join us for a talk that will follow this species from tropical forests to arctic tundra, and the places they go in between for survival. Lessons learned from this history can be applied to other cranes, such as the endangered Whooping Crane.
Anne Lacy, a research associate at the International Crane Foundation, is working on an ongoing long-term study of Sandhill Cranes. Her work also focuses on the reintroduction of Whooping Cranes in Wisconsin.
Member: $15 | Non-Member: $20
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