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.

To celebrate May being Nebraska Bird Month, each Friday the Crane Trust will post a blog with information on one Nebraska bird species. Our last species is our state bird...the Western Meadowlark! Click the blog to learn more about this species!

To celebrate May being Nebraska Bird Month, each Friday the Crane Trust will post a blog with information on one Nebraska bird species. This Friday's species is...the Piping Plover! Click the blog to learn more about this species!

To celebrate May being Nebraska Bird Month, each Friday the Crane Trust will post a blog with information on one Nebraska bird species. This Friday's species is...the Bobolink! Click the blog to learn more about this species!