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Aircraft Guided
bird migration

Operation Migration has played a lead role in the reintroduction of endangered Whooping cranes into eastern North America since 2001. In the 1940s the species was reduced to just 15 birds.

Using ultralight aircraft, Operation Migration pilots act as surrogate parents and guide captive-hatched and imprinted Whooping cranes along a planned migration route beginning in Wisconsin and ending in Florida - as depicted in the Columbia Pictures film “Fly Away Home.”



Left: Jane Goodall shows her support for "Operation Migration!"

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Operation Migration relies on contributions from individuals and foundations to continue our work. You can help ensure the Whooping crane survives for future generations by calling 800-675-2618, or pledge your support right here!

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Latest Posts


Aerial Survey
Friday June 24th, 2016

Wisconsin DNR pilot Bev Paulan flew over the Necedah Refuge and surrounding area yesterday and spotted the...

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Ophidiophobia…
Thursday June 23rd, 2016

That’s what I have… In simple terms – I have a fear of snakes. I’ve felt this...

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Wash Your Hands Before Returning to Work
Wednesday June 22nd, 2016

Nothing announces the beginning of the new crane season like the arrival of our Sensory Deprivation Chamber/Porta...

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Contact

Tel:
905-982-1096
Toll free:
800-675-2618
Fax:
905-982-1097


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Mailing Address
Canada:
Operation Migration Inc.
6 High St. Unit A
Port Perry, ON., L9L 1H8
United States:
Operation Migration - USA
1623 Military Rd., PMB# 639
Niagara Falls, NY 14304-1745
(No parcels accepted at this location. Please send to Canadian address or call the office.)
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