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Individual Information for each whooping crane in the eastern flock.

Revised Feb. 9, 2015

 

In the PDF document, click on the hatch year to view more information about the individual whooping crane.

 

 

Project Update: February 1 to 28, 2015

Maximum size of the eastern migratory population at the end of the report period was 100 birds (53 males, 47 females). Estimated distribution at the end of the report period included 22 whooping cranes in Indiana, 7 in Kentucky, 7 in Tennessee, 27 in Alabama, 3 in Georgia, 14 in Florida, 18 at unknown locations or not recently reported and 2 long term missing. The total for Florida includes 7 newly released juveniles.

 

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Project Update: January 1 to 31, 2015

Maximum size of the eastern migratory population at the end of the report period was 100 birds (53 males, 47 females). Estimated distribution at the end of the report period included 26-29 whooping cranes in Indiana, 7 in Kentucky, 10 in Tennessee, 34 in Alabama, 3 in Georgia, 13 in Florida, 2-5 at unknown locations and 2 long term missing. The total for Florida includes 7 newly released juveniles.

 

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Project Update: December 5 to 31, 2014

Maximum size of the eastern migratory population at the end of the report period was 103 birds (54 males, 49 females). Estimated distribution at the end of the report period included 40 whooping cranes in Indiana, 7 in Illinois, 9 in Kentucky, 7 in Tennessee, 17 in Alabama, 3 in Georgia, 14 in Florida, 4 at unknown locations, 1 not recently reported and 1 long term missing. The total for Florida includes 7 newly released juveniles.

 

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Project Update: December 15, 2014

Maximum size of the eastern migratory population was 97 birds (54 males, 43 females). Estimated distribution included 47 whooping cranes in Indiana, 7 in Illinois, 7 in Kentucky, 7 in Tennessee, 11 in Alabama, 3 in Georgia, 7 in Florida, 5 at unknown locations, 1 not recently reported, 1 long term missing and 1 suspected dead.

 

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Project Update: November 6 to December 6, 2014

Maximum size of the eastern migratory population at the end of the report period was 97 birds (54 males, 43 females). Estimated distribution at the end of the report period included  40 whooping cranes in Indiana, 10 in Illinois, 8 in Kentucky, 6 in Tennessee, 11 in Alabama, 3 in Georgia, 6 in Florida, 10 at unknown locations, 1 not recently reported, 1 long term missing, and 1 suspected mortality.

 

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Project Update: October 1 to November 5, 2014

 

Maximum size of the eastern migratory population at the end of the report period was 97 birds (54 males, 43 females). Estimated distribution at the end of the report period included  56 whooping cranes in Wisconsin, 21 in Indiana, 3 in Illinois, 3 in Kentucky, 3 in Alabama, 9 at unknown locations, 1 not recently reported and 1 long term missing.

 

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2014 WCEP News and Feature Stories

 

2013 WCEP News and Feature Stories

 

2012 WCEP News and Feature Stories

 

2011 WCEP News and Feature Stories