The Crane Trust is a habitat conservation nonprofit organization located on the beautiful Platte River in South Central Nebraska. In addition to offering tours of one of the greatest migrations in the world, the Trust works year-round to protect and preserve nearly 10,000 acres of critical habitat for endangered Whooping Cranes, Sandhill Cranes, and countless other species sharing fragile river and prairie ecosystems.
Explore a variety of options for crane viewing tours in March, both in person and virtual.
Take a break from the ordinary to explore our trails, art gallery, gift shop, exhibits, and more!
Become a member to make a difference in conservation, education, and habitat protection.
Recently, the Crane Trust had the unique opportunity to help Nebraska Wildlife Rehab with the release of two juvenile river otters on Crane Trust Property. Join us in reading an uplifting story of conservation success in Nebraska.
Learn about seed collecting at the Crane Trust
Learn about migratory birds and access a comprehensive list of 250+ birds identified on Crane Trust lands.