Down Day #2 in Gilchrist County (+0 Miles)
January 26, 2008: Migration Day 95

What important migration equipment do you think this is?
(It's the top net for the cranes' travel pen, all rolled up.)
Photo Wayne Kryduba

The team didn't even have to get out of bed to find out they wouldn't be flying today. The raindrops hitting the roofs of their motorhomes announced the disappointing weather. Another delay, but the finish line is SO close. Hang in there with the team!



In the Classroom
Journal Question:
The team has only two more flights before the migration ends. It has been 95 days of suspense, adventure, frustration — and danger. List some other words that describe this migration. Then look back through your journal or our daily reports to see what you think is a highlight and a lowlight.





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