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October 7, 2006: Migration Day 3

Wind Again
It's still Juneau County, Wisconsin, 4 miles from home. The planes and cranes are grounded again today by strong winds out of the south. Will calm air be waiting tomorrow? We hope!


In the Classroom

  • Today's Journal Question: The photo shows empty camp chairs in the team's quarters. The team is busy. What do you think the team does on the no-fly days? What jobs and needs can you list that are necessary to keep the vehicles, aircraft, pens, birds, and people in good shape?
  • Record Keeping: Make a hatch mark for the second no-fly day in that column on your migration comparison chart.
  • The Migration in Motion
    This year's migration adventures are being featured on a special page on National Geographic's web site! To see a great new video clip, click here. We'll let you know each time new video clips are posted during the journey south.

Journey North is pleased to feature this educational adventure presented in cooperation with the Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership (WCEP).
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