Speaker Series: "The Cranes of North America" Register

Date and Time:
Sun, Oct 10, 2021  7:00 PM  (Local Time)

Add to Calendar
10/10/2021 7:00 PM
Speaker Series: "The Cranes of North America"

Anne Lacy is the manager of the North American Crane Foundation, in Baraboo, Wisconsin. She will talk about both Sandhill Cranes and the Whooping Crane reintroduction project here in the US. Both of these species can be observed flying through NE Illinois during migration.In this program, learn about the behaviors and natural history of cranes here and around the world.

Webinar URL: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82492594228?pwd=VlNwU2g3WUVMcVA4VTNtMEN5KzFIZz09

Linda Tilton ltilton@sbcglobal.net MM/DD/yyyy amOUuwqNAzpGSXwtHmnd12740

Organized By: Woods and Wetlands Group

Location: Virtual

Event Organizers:
Linda Tilton
   (847) 363-7317
Thomas Lee

Less than 100 years ago, Aldo Leopold thought he would see the last of sandhill cranes in Wisconsin. Now the Wisconsin landscape is host to the most numerous and rarest crane species in the world!

Anne Lacy, Senior Manager of the International Crane Foundation, North American  Programs, will share her knowledge and experiences working at the Foundation Headquarters in Baraboo, Wisconsin.
Anne will explain her work in the Wisconsin organization to conserve cranes and the ecosystems, watersheds, and flyways on which they depend. Join us to learn how knowledge, leadership, and inspiration to engage people in resolving threats to cranes, has been successful.
Anne Lacy

RSVP Below


By clicking RSVP, you will also receive periodic communications from the Sierra Club. You can unsubscribe at any time.