This is a project run by the whooping crane Eastern Partnership.
The whooping crane followed, and gave him a bone from its wing for a war-whistle to frighten his enemies away.
Fisher and Goodman described the nerves in the whooping crane.
The whooping crane is the largest of the family in America, measuring 50 inches or more in length.
In North America this is to-day the status of the whooping crane, upland plover, and several other species.
The two eggs are similar to those of the whooping crane, but the ground color is lighter.
Later the mournful call of a whooping crane floated across the prairie.