INTERNATIONAL CRANE FOUNDATION NEWS

Securing Freshwater for Whooping Cranes in Texas

Protecting coastal habitats for Whooping Cranes in Texas is critical for the species, but cranes, like people, need freshwater to survive. Click here to learn how we are increasing freshwater access for cranes – and other wildlife – as salinities in coastal bays increase from growing upstream water use and drought.

 

A New Population of Wattled Cranes in Ethiopia?

“Congratulations. I am thrilled that you found such a substantial population of Wattled Cranes.”  Our Co-founder, George Archibald, wrote this note of congratulations to International Crane Foundation Research Associate, Hadis Tadele, after he discovered a possible new population of Wattled Cranes in Ethiopia – read more.

 

More info at www.savingcranes.org