June 2021
The Contact Call

Take a tour through our interactive story map and learn about a few of our favorite locations for viewing cranes in the United States.

Do you have a favorite location that you'd add to this map? Let us know!

Photo: Sandhill Crane by Tom Lynn Photography

In late May, the cranes lost a life-long friend, ornithologist Paul Johnsgard. Our Co-founder George Archibald wrote a moving tribute to Paul in his latest Travels With George blog.

Did you know that you can potentially double, or even triple, your gift to the International Crane Foundation? Many organizations offer employee giving programs that match donations made by their employees to nonprofit charities.

Planning a summer vacation? Our trio of campfire cookbooks will delight your inner backcountry chef. Choose from North Country Cabin Cooking, The Campfire Foodie Cookbook or The Best of Wild Rice Recipies.

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In the News
Our monthly summary of media stories highlighting our global programs.

The Sacred Flight of the Black-necked Crane, video by the Royal Society for the Protection of Nature, Bhutan

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Read our blog to learn more about Whooping Crane chick Wampanoag and the young crane's journey – as an egg – from our partners at Stone Zoo in Massachusets!

Upcoming Events
Learn more and plan your visit to our site in Baraboo, Wisconsin, here. Remember! Our members receive free admission. Not a member? Join today!

Save the date for our virtual celebration of cranes and Craniacs worldwide – Let’s Whoop It Up! on Thursday, July 15, at 7 p.m. Central Time. We’ll also be celebrating our Co-founder George Archibald’s 75th birthday during this special evening. Learn more.

Princeton, Wisconsin.

And...We are ending our 2021 visitor season with two fall celebrations – Member Appreciation Day on Oct. 16 and our Cranes of the World Grand Opening Celebration on Sept. 18. We hope you can join us at our site in Wisconsin for both events!