Sandhill Cranes are the most abundant of the 15 crane species found worldwide (photo by Paul Konrad).
Registration begins Friday July 30th for the Virtual Crane Camp, a free one-hour event filled with interactive fun, a variety of crane-related activities and games, plus hands-on learning about cranes and their wetland habitats. Presented August 26 and 27 via zoom by International Crane Foundation (ICF) educators, you can register for one of four hour-long sessions available for children enrolled in grades from kindergarten to 5th grade. Be sure to register right away Friday, because each of the four sessions is limited to 25 children.
For information about the Virtual Crane Camp, see https://www.savingcranes.org/crane-camp-2020-free-virtual-summer-camp/
Fill out a registration form for each child for the Virtual Crane Camp at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdSgPLRmLmNpzd5CKdYFm90VYxvJCDbreypj2qTayf8T9c_Pw/viewform
You can also share crane information with children and young adults in grades K thru 12, which is provided on the ICF website at https://www.savingcranes.org/category/k-12-activities/