Whooping Crane Decline
Help save the almost extinct Crane.
After being hunted and shot down many times the once abundant whooping crane is now near almost extinction. The whooping crane is a beautiful bird that is white in colour with a long black bill and a red crown. They were named for their call which is a whooping noise. There is an estimated amount of 437 birds in the wild and 165 held in captivity. They live in marshy areas like Wood National Buffalo Park in Alberta, Canada.
Help us save them!
The whooping crane is almost extinct through unregulated hunting, and oil being poured into their habitats. Help us save them by donating money to a campaign that's looking after them