The Crane Trust is a habitat conservation nonprofit organization located in Wood River Nebraska. In addition to offering tours of one of the greatest migrations in the world, the Trust works year-round to protect and maintain nearly 10,000 acres of critical habitat for whooping cranes, sandhill cranes and other migratory birds.

For COVID-19 safety reasons, please wear a mask and social distance when visiting the Crane Trust Nature & Visitor Center

Thank you to everyone who has followed my journey since May. I have thoroughly enjoyed portraying all of the work I have done at the Crane Trust to you. Be sure to keep an eye out for future social media and blog posts coming in 2022! Thank you all again, see you next year!

Join me this week to learn more about the ecological role bison play on prairie landscapes and how the Crane Trust manages their bison herd for the conservation of the species and the ecosystems they help preserve!

It's time to take a glimpse into the world of the tallest and one of the most rarest birds in the world...the Whooping Crane! Join me this week as I participated in a Whooping Crane behavioral study with the Crane Trust's Threatened and Endangered Species Specialist, Dave Baasch!