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Posted by RB on 13th Jul 2020

A Craniac's Connection Garden!

What does a craniac do when she is unable to tour the International Crane Foundation?I recently had an email from an avid craniac. She is a member of the International Crane Foundation and when sh …

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Posted by Claire Sammons on 22nd Jun 2020

See What Our Staff Has Been Up To

Throughout Wisconsin's Safer-At-Home order and while the majority of our staff continues to work from home, we thought it would be a great idea to show everyone what our Headquarters staff has been do …

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I WISH!

Posted by Rose Boyajian on 21st Apr 2020

I WISH!

I hope you are all well these days.  The Staff of the International Crane Foundation remain safer at home right now.  But we all are working to assure a safe return to our campus in Baraboo, …

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Keep Calm and Crane On!

Posted by Rose Boyajian on 16th Apr 2020

Keep Calm and Crane On!

The crane is associated with balance and beauty. It has a spiritual quality, a wisdom that is quiet.The beauty and wisdom that surrounds cranes is of particular value in these days ofuncertainty. …

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"Marsh" is for Sandhill Cranes!

7th Mar 2020

"Marsh" is for Sandhill Cranes!

This month, we embrace all things spring, including one of nature‚Äôs most breathtaking events, the Sandhill Crane migration. To celebrate this wonderful phenomenon, our shop is featuring the heartwarmi …

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The Summer of Peace, Love and Cranes!

Posted by Rose Boyajian on 11th Aug 2019

The Summer of Peace, Love and Cranes!

The inspiration for this blog comes from my very own family member, Lyla who is 10 years old and lives in Sutton, MA.  Lyla was introduced to cranes during a family visit to Wisconsin and the Int …

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