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KWEC hosts Crane Workshop for families

Whooping cranes migrate from Texas to Canada every year. In this Texas marsh, two adult whooping cranes teach their chick how to hunt for its food.

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The Kansas Wetlands Education Center will host a Crane Family Workshop from 1-3 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 13.  The KWEC and Barton Community College’s Shafer Gallery are presenting the art show “Choreography of Cranes.”  The show will run throughout October, and features a wide variety of crane art, educational exhibits and hands-on activities, said Jean Aycock, education director at the Center.  The Family Crane Workshop is part of the lineup of events related to the Choreography of Cranes Art Show.
There are 15 species of cranes around the world. Cheyenne Bottoms is a major migration stopover point for ...


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