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2002 Migration South: Wisconsin to Florida

Photos taken Oct. 18-19, 2002
The almost horizontal windsock early this morning says it all -- once again it's too windy to attempt a flight. The last thing we want is a repeat of the departure flight from Necedah last Sunday, Oct. 13th.
At each location the young cranes are kept safe in one of two predator-proof enclosures and given an ample supply of fresh water and crane chow.

Kelly Maguire, ICF and Brian Clauss, Patuxent return after tending to the cranes.

This team photo was taken shortly after our arrival in Sauk County, Wisconsin on Oct. 16, 2002.
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