Friends of the Wild Whoopers shirts available

Whooping crane shirts available.


Friends of the Wild Whoopers (FOTWW) is hard at work to help protect and manage the only remaining wild, self-sustaining migratory population of whooping cranes on earth. One of our generous Friends donated money for us to obtain shirts for use in fund raising. So we are offering
the shirts as a “Thank You” gift to those who make a donation to our cause. For a minimum donation of $29.00, you will receive a beautiful free high-quality T-shirt with our logo on the front and custom artwork on the back. If you also like our free cozy sweatshirt with custom artwork, a minimum donation of $36.00 is requested. A small flat-rate shipping fee of $7.00 will be added to each donation to help cover shipping costs.

“Thank You” Gift Description.
Our new T-shirt and Sweatshirt designs were created to celebrate the beauty and resiliency of the Aransas-Wood Buffalo population of wild Whooping Cranes. Please make a donation today to Friends of the Wild Whoopers to get your “Thank You” shirt and show how much you care about these magnificent birds.

To receive your “Thank You” gift(s), select your size and click on “Add to Cart”. You can choose to donate with PayPal, a bank account, and debit or credit card.

Want to donate by check or money order? Please read below.

whooping crane shirts

– Click on photo to enlarge. –    This “Gildan” 100% Cotton, pigment dyed short-sleeve T-shirt has the FOTWW logo on the front, left side and a one of a kind painting of Whooping Cranes flying on back. Available in adult sizes: Small to XX-Large. Color: Light Blue

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whooping crane shirts

– Click on photo to enlarge. –   This “Gildan” sweatshirt has a beautiful embroidered image of a Whooping Crane flying across a wetland. Available in adult sizes: Small to XX-Large. Color: Sand

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To send your donation by check or money order and to receive your shirt(s), please print out and send your FOTWW Donation/Shirt Form along with your donation to the address on the form.

Make check or money order payable to: “Friends of the Wild Whoopers” and mail it to the address on the form.

Postage and handling anywhere in the U.S. is $7.00. Canada and other nations will be determined by Postal service. Please send us an email at admin@fotww.org

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***** FOTWW’s mission is to help preserve and protect the Aransas/Wood Buffalo
population of wild whooping cranes and their habitat. *****
Friends of the Wild Whoopers is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization.

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Friends of the Wild Whoopers on YouTube

Friends of the Wild Whoopers now has a YouTube Channel.

Over the past year or so, Friends of the Wild Whoopers, (FOTWW) has been lucky enough to have some loyal friends who have sent us some videos of the Aransas Wood Buffalo Population of wild whooping cranes. Some we have shared on the FOTWW Facebook page and a few on our website. We have gathered all of the videos that we have received and put them all in one place on YouTube, for easy access and viewing. FOTWW invites you to visit our FOTWW YouTube Channel and view the videos at your leisure.

As we receive more videos, we will be putting them up on our YouTube Channel. So, if you have created/recorded any videos of the wild whoopers taken along the Central Flyway from Wood Buffalo National Park to Aransas National Wildlife Refuge, feel free to send them to us.

Last but not least, we want to thank Kim Mann, Kevin Sims, and Chuck Hardin. It is because of their kindness and love of the whooping crane that we are able to provide our friends and fans a rare glimpse into the world of our beloved wild whoopers.

We hope you enjoy the videos. We did!

 

Whooping Crane

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***** FOTWW’s mission is to help preserve and protect the Aransas/Wood Buffalo
population of wild whooping cranes and their habitat. *****
Friends of the Wild Whoopers is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization.

 

 

Whooping Crane – The Song

If you are passionate about the conservation effort to save the Whooping Crane, more than likely you have heard one rendition or another of a song titled “Whooping Crane” written by Eric Taylor. Friends of the Wild Whoopers found this rendition of “Whooping Crane” performed by Jeffrey Nordstrom of British Columbia, Canada. Jeffrey is a Musician, Teacher, and Photographer. FOTWW hopes everyone enjoys Jeffrey’s video. We did.

Friends of the Wild Whoopers thanks Jeffrey Nordstrom for allowing us to post his video on our website.

Whooping Crane

friendsofthewildwhoopers.org

***** FOTWW’s mission is to help preserve and protect the Aransas/Wood Buffalo
population of wild whooping cranes and their habitat. *****
Friends of the Wild Whoopers is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization.