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  • Title: North American Crane Working Group - Home
    Descriptive info: .. ~ Welcome to the NACWG website ~.. NACWG is an organization of professional biologists, aviculturists, land managers, and other interested individuals dedicated to the conservation of cranes and their habitats in North America.. The NACWG:.. Sponsors a.. North American Crane Workshop.. every 3-4 years.. Promulgates technical information including a published.. Proceedings.. of a North American Workshop and a semi-annual.. newsletter.. Addresses conservation issues affecting cranes and their habitats..  ...   of cranes and their habitats among the general public.. For information on North America's two crane species, click:.. sandhill crane.. (.. Grus canadensis.. ) and.. whooping crane.. Grus americana.. ).. Sandhill cranes (.. ).. Photo: R.. Reading.. Our appreciation.. Crane links.. 2011 North American Crane/Waterbird Society Workshop information.. All images, video, text, and other items on this website.. 2009 North American Crane Working Group - for details.. click here..

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  • Title: North American Crane Working Group -
    Descriptive info: ~ About the NACWG ~.. The North American Crane Working Group met for the first time in May 1987 at the International Crane Workshop in Qiqihar, China.. Prior to this, an informal group, chaired by.. Dr.. James C.. Lewis.. , had been active in North America since the early 1970's.. This group produced a book chapter about Sandhill Cranes and organized.. North American crane workshops.. in 1975, 1978, 1981, 1985, and 1988.. The.. were published by the hosting agencies.. The role of the informal group was to improve communication and interaction among individuals researching or managing cranes in North America, to stimulate further research, to help identify research and management needs, and to provide ease of access to a large amount  ...   in February 1988 at the Fifth.. on the Kissimmee Prairie, Florida, as an organization of professional biologists, aviculturists, land managers, and other interested individuals dedicated to the conservation of cranes and their habitats in North America.. A Board of seven Directors was elected including Gary Lingle of Nebraska as Chief Executive Officer.. The North American Crane Working Group, Inc.. , was officially incorporated as a non-profit corporation with its registered office in Grand Island, Nebraska on 28 October 1988.. Current board members in 2011 are Jane Austin-President (North Dakota), Richard Urbanek-Vice President (Wisconsin), Gay Gomez-Secretary (Louisiana), Daryl Henderson-Treasurer (New York), Felipe Chavez-Ramirez (Nebraska), Marilyn Spalding (Florida), and Barry Hartup (Wisconsin).. Whooping crane (.. Photo:.. Michael Forsberg.. Sandhill cranes at dusk, Nebraska..

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  • Title: North American Crane Working Group - News
    Descriptive info: ~ News of the NACWG ~.. Latest conference.. 12th North American Crane Workshop.. was held in Grand Island, Nebraska in March 2011.. The workshop was open to all interested in crane research and conservation.. Workshop information and details.. Newsletter.. The NACWG publishes a newsletter called Unison Call.. The newsletter is  ...   and conservation.. All members of the NACWG receive Unison Call with their annual membership.. Latest issue.. Past issues.. To contribute.. Whooping crane updates.. The USFWS provides updated information on whooping cranes through their Whooping Crane Recovery Activities reports.. Latest report.. Past reports.. Sandhill crane, Platte River Valley, Nebraska.. Michael Forsberg..

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  • Title: North American Crane Working Group - Workshops
    Descriptive info: ~ NACWG workshops ~.. The NACWG sponsors workshops on crane research and conservation every 3-4 years.. Workshop presentations are published in.. proceedings.. For a history of the workshops,.. For details on previous workshops, click the links below:.. 11th North American Crane Workshop.. 10th North American Crane Workshop.. 9th North American Crane Workshop.. 8th North American Crane Workshop.. 7th North American Crane Workshop.. 6th North American Crane Workshop.. 1st - 5th Crane Workshops.. Greater sandhill crane, central Wisconsin..

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  • Title: North American Crane Working Group - Publications
    Descriptive info: ~ Publications of the NACWG ~.. The NACWG publishes proceedings of the workshops that it sponsors.. Currently, only six proceedings are available in hardcopy (for purchase) and three available for free download as PDF.. Click on links below for information on each proceedings and details for ordering  ...   Proceedings of the 10th North American Crane Workshop.. Proceedings of the 9th North American Crane Workshop.. Proceedings of the 8th North American Crane Workshop.. Proceedings of the 7th North American Crane Workshop.. Proceedings of the 6th North American Crane Workshop.. Sandhill crane flying in northern Mexico.. Gerard Tournebize..

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  • Title: North American Crane Working Group - Awards
    Descriptive info: ~ L.. H.. Walkinshaw Crane Conservation Award ~.. The NACWG recognizes that there are those within the wildlife conservation community whose body of work constitutes a major contribution to crane conservation.. One of the functions of a group such as ours is to identify and celebrate those achievements that are remarkable within our area of interest.. The NACWG may periodically choose to honor an individual who has, in the judgment of the group's board of directors, made such a contribution.. The purpose of this award is to recognize those individuals whose efforts have advanced our ability to conserve a species, subspecies, or population of cranes in North America.. Criteria for consideration for this award are long-term involvement with conservation of  ...   we wish to express with this award.. Nominations for this award can come from within the awards committee or can be submitted to the awards committee by the membership at large.. The award itself will consist of a formal certificate/plaque and an object of art (photograph, limited addition print, sculpture etc.. ).. The certificate may be incorporated as a part of the framed art work when appropriate.. Nominations for the award should be submitted to the awards committee 6 months prior to the triennial workshop.. Recipients will be announced at the business meeting or at the banquet held in conjunction with the workshop.. Award recipients.. Larry Walkinshaw - the father of crane biology.. Battle Creek, Michigan 1942.. Kissimmee Prairie, Florida, 1980..

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  • Title: North American Crane Working Group - Join
    Descriptive info: ~ Join the NACWG ~.. Attrition of wetlands continues throughout North America at an alarming rate, not only destroying the habitat of cranes, but scores of other species as well.. Advances in crane propagation techniques are ongoing.. Crane research projects and results of the latest studies are sometimes difficult to keep abreast of.. Through its newsletter, THE UNISON CALL, the North American Crane Working Group will keep you informed of the latest developments.. NACWG is  ...   $10 will place you on the membership list and includes a subscription to THE UNISON CALL.. Larger contributions will be graciously accepted.. Membership is based on a calendar year.. Annual dues are: Active $10, Sustaining $30, and Contributing $50.. To become a member, please complete the following form and mail with a check made out to NACWG to:.. Daryl Henderson, NACWG.. 3 Elm Lane.. Stony Brook, NY 11790-2117 USA.. Membership form.. Florida sandhill crane turns eggs..

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  • Title: North American Crane Working Group - Contact
    Descriptive info: ~ Contact the NACWG ~.. Send the NACWG a message:.. Your email address:.. Crane viewing, Platte River, Nebraska.. Photo: J.. Murdoch..

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  • Title: North American Crane Working Group - Crane information
    Descriptive info: ~ Crane information ~.. The sandhill crane and whooping crane are the only two crane species that occur in North America.. Click on the following links for information.. Sandhill crane -.. :.. General information.. Scientific information.. Whooping crane -.. Sandhill crane with her chick, central Florida..

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  • Title: North American Crane Working Group - Appreciation
    Descriptive info: ~ Our appreciation ~.. The NACWG board and membership express their appreciation to the.. Platte River Whooping Crane Maintenance Trust.. (now The Crane Trust, Inc.. ) for contributing office space and equipment, thereby providing an unofficial base of operations for the Working Group during the first decade of its existence.. Len Schumann and the Eastern Sandhill Crane Group graciously allowed us to  ...   own.. Lisa Beth Daly provided the artwork for our title header and The Unison Call masthead.. From 2003 to 2008, space for this North American Crane Working Group website was graciously provided by the.. International Crane Foundation.. We are also especially grateful to.. ,.. Richard Reading.. , and.. for generously providing photos for the website.. Sandhill crane feather, Nebraska.. Displaying sandhill crane, Nebraska..

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  • Title: North American Crane Working Group - Links
    Descriptive info: ~ Crane links ~.. Organizations dedicated to cranes.. Whooping Crane Conservation Association.. Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership.. West Coast Crane Working Group.. European Crane Working Group.. Crane Conservation Germany.. Network of North East Asia Crane and Stork Conservation.. South African Crane Working Group.. Indian Cranes and Wetlands Working Group.. Wetlands International Crane Specialist Group.. Organizations and agencies that support crane conservation.. Patuxent Wildlife Research Center.. United States Fish and Wildlife Service.. Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center.. National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.. Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.. World Conservation Union (IUCN).. Information.. Journey North: Whooping Crane.. Whooping Crane (Canadian Wildlife Service)..  ...   Garden and Prehistoric Park.. The San Antonio Zoo.. Crane hot spots.. Aransas National Wildlife Refuge, Texas.. Jasper-Pulaski Fish and Wildlife Area, Indiana.. Audubon's Baker Sanctuary, Michigan.. Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico.. Mississippi Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge.. Hiwassee Wildlife Refuge, Tennessee.. Migration on the Platte River, Nebraska.. The Platte River and Migration.. Wings Over the Platte.. Platte River Ecology Study.. The Platte River: An Atlas of the Big Bend Region.. Platte Watershed Program.. Audubon's Rowe Sanctuary.. Crane Meadows Nature Center.. Satellite telemetry and radiotracking.. Operation Crane Watch.. Argos Inc.. Experimental aircraft-led migration.. Operation Migration.. Ultra Air Research..

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