In his most recent report, (February 7th), US Whooping Crane Recovery Coordinator Wade Harrell said, “The data on the winter whooping crane population estimate is being processed. We are applying sound science to calculate this estimate and will share it with the public as soon as the estimate is complete.”
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This news came Friday from Nancy Brown, USFWS Public Outreach Specialist for Oklahoma-Texas. “On the morning of Feb. 7, Aransas Refuge staff retrieved the remains of an adult whooping crane on Matagorda Island. The remains will be sent to a lab for analysis and those results will be shared with the public as soon as they are available.”