Bird’s Eye View – Wood Buffalo National Park

Be sure to check out the September-October issue of Audubon Magazine to see some incredible aerial images captured at Canada’s remote Wood Buffalo National Park.

A Bird’s Eye View of Whooping Cranes’ Isolated Wetlands
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  1. Margie Tomlinson September 8, 2015 12:31 pm

    Thank you for passing on the Audubon magazine article on the western Wild Flock that migrates back & forth to Aransas, TX from Wood Buffalo, Canada. Great overhead photos of their breeding grounds. Reminds me of Alaska when flying into Fairbanks.

  2. Annelise jorgensen September 7, 2015 2:18 pm

    Thank you for he link to this report.

    Among other facts, it was very good to learn that the western flock of migrating WCs, is actually growing.

    May be the fact that the average age of the Eeastern flock will help it to increase the number of wild hatched WCs. At least so far this year looks very promising.

  3. Dorothy N September 7, 2015 12:21 pm

    Interesting peek at the Wood Buffalo population of whoopers. The geography there is amazing and apparently helpful for the safety of the chicks and adults. Glad the population is steadily increasing. Nice post!!