Whooping Cranes & the Keystone Pipeline: Kathleen Kaska Guest Post

Whooping Cranes’ Battle for Survival Continues:Part Three: Keystone PipelineBy Kathleen Kaska In order for a species to thrive, it must have a safe, sustainable habitat. When species are threatened or endangered, it is usually because of habitat destruction, either due to development or pollution from that development.Endangered whooping cranes spend their summer in Wood Buffalo National … Continue reading Whooping Cranes & the Keystone Pipeline: Kathleen Kaska Guest Post

Whooping Cranes & Ongoing Survival: Guest Post by Kathleen Kaska

Whooping Cranes’ Battle for Survival Continues Part Two: Escaping the Bullet By Kathleen Kaska In the past five decades since ornithologist Robert Porter Allen and his team of nest hunters searched for the whooping crane nesting site in Canada, the population has slowly increased. Dozens of organizations see to their protection, hundreds of scientists and … Continue reading Whooping Cranes & Ongoing Survival: Guest Post by Kathleen Kaska

Whooping Cranes & Water Rights: Guest Post by Kathleen Kaska

Whooping Cranes’ Battle for Survival Continues: Part One: Dispute Over Water Rights by Kathleen Kaska In 1942, with only fifteen whooping cranes left in the wild, the key to saving the species from extinction was locating their only remaining nesting site—somewhere in the Canadian wilderness—protecting it before it was too late. It took Audubon ornithologist … Continue reading Whooping Cranes & Water Rights: Guest Post by Kathleen Kaska