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.

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!

Bird nerds UNITE! This week I'm talking all about the migration of avian species, waterfowl to be specific. Click this link to read more about the species that have been seen on Crane Trust properties and how the Trust manages their properties to help these species survive their long migration!

Read this week's blog to get a peak into the world of...soundscape ecology!