Whooping cranes – an update

The only naturally migrating flock of whoopers is on its wintering ground, Aransas National Wildlife Refuge in south Texas. The AP has a nice article about the species’ recent nesting productivity. Keep in mind that the Aransas refuge borders the Intracoastal Waterway and its shipping traffic of oil barges.

2 responses to “Whooping cranes – an update

  1. Pingback: Good news about whooping cranes « Ralph Maughan’s Wildlife News

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