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2003 Videos
Day 33 - '03 Migration See how the cranes alleviate boredom.
Day 19 - '03 Migration Exercise day in Morgan county, IN.
Day 12 - '03 Migration (1802 kb) Lift-off from Kankakee county, IL. October 27th.
Older Videos
Garter Lunch (1153 kb) Two chicks hunt down a Garter snake.
Crane 203 On an early fall training flight at Necedah, one crane apparently broke away from the long line trailing Brooke. Joe caught up with the bird and quickly realized it was the female, #203, which had recently been retrieved from South Dakota and released at the Necedah NWR.
The Dance (4.29mb-worth the wait) Some of the returning yearlings celebrate chasing off a goose, during their stay in Indiana in the spring of '03
A Whooper is Born! (817kb) Watch as a new chick emerges from its egg
Learning to eat (139kb) The puppet teaches to new chick to eat
Learning to be a Whooping crane (782kb) Each new chick is housed next to an adult Whooper
Early aircraft conditioning (1396kb) Chicks learn to follow the trike during circle-pen training
2001 Migration is underway! (224kb) Follow along on a flight over Indiana
From the wingtip camera (685kb) Crane #6 in the lead position
Early Videos
Flight of the Whooping Crane Cranes take flight
The Dance The dance of the Whooping crane
Crane chick hatching A pipping crane.
Puppet with day-old chick Early steps in the captive rearing process.
Adult role model Proper sexual imprinting helps to ensure that the young cranes will pair bond successfully.
Early circle-pen training Conditioning the cranes to follow the ultralight.


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