One of the goals of Friends of the Wild Whoopers is to educate interested persons about whooping cranes and their needs. Well, we cannot do the job alone and we constantly look for assistance. Fortunately there are other conservation groups that have similar education goals and do a great job. Two of these are Kentucky Coalition for Sandhill Cranes and The Tennessee Ornithological Society. Together they publish the “Eastern Crane Bulletin”.
For those interested in keeping up with Sandhill and Whooping Cranes we highly recommend that you add the Eastern Crane Bulletin to your email list. Mary W. Yandel, Kentucky Coalition for Sandhill Cranes and Cynthia Routledge, The Tennessee Ornithological Society perform an excellent service by collecting news about cranes from numerous sources and placing it in the Bulletin.
The Eastern Crane Bulletin is distributed to those interested in cranes in general, and specifically, the Eastern Populations of Sandhill and Whooping Cranes, as well as the continuing work for the protection of these birds and their habitats.
The following link will take you to the most recent issue of the Bulletin: https://kyc4sandhillcranes.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/the-eastern-crane-bulletin-e28093-december-2014.pdf
If you have any friends or co-workers who would like to receive this quarterly E-bulletin please have them contact:
Mary W. Yandell
Kentucky Coalition for Sandhill Cranes
The Tennessee Ornithological Society
For archived issues of the Eastern Crane Bulletin click here: http://kyc4sandhillcranes.com/eastern-crane-bulletin/
***** 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.