Chassahowitzka love

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  • Noting that the flock was stuck in an incorrect location for the past month, the FAA Tuesday green-lighted Operation Migration to continue the journey to the St. Marks and Chassahowitzka national wildlife refuges in Florida.

    CNN.com

  • The decision to split the flock between St. Marks and Chassahowitzka was made to reduce the risk of losing all the birds in the migration should a catastrophe strike like the one that occurred in February 2007.

    Local News from The Gainesville Sun

  • At that time, 17 of the 18 chicks from the Class of 2006 died when they were drowned by a storm surge at Chassahowitzka during severe weather.

    Local News from The Gainesville Sun

  • "This Class of 2009 brings another exciting year for this great partnership, and it gets us one step closer to seeing the recovery of this magnificent species," said Michael Lusk, Refuge Manager at Chassahowitzka NWR.

    Kansas City infoZine Headlines

  • Each subsequent year, WCEP biologists and pilots have conditioned and guided additional groups of juvenile cranes to Chassahowitzka NWR.

    Kansas City infoZine Headlines

  • The decision to split the flock came after the loss in February 2007 of 17 of the 18 Class of 2006 whooping cranes in a severe storm at Chassahowitzka NWR.

    Kansas City infoZine Headlines

  • If conditions allow the flock to make Chassahowitzka today, this year's trip will have taken 89 days, one day longer than last year's migration, said Liz Condie, Operation Migration's chief operating officer.

    Local News from Star-Banner

  • In 2001, Operation Migration's pilots led the first whooping crane chicks, conditioned to follow their ultralight aircraft surrogates, south from Necedah NWR to Chassahowitzka NWR.

    The Fond du Lac Reporter Latest Headlines

  • The other 10 ultralight-led whooping cranes will continue to their final destination at the Chassahowitzka NWR in Citrus County, Florida.

    The Fond du Lac Reporter Latest Headlines

  • The remaining seven are continuing on to Chassahowitzka, where they will complete their 1,285-mile trip.

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