Join Anne Lacy, crane research coordinator at the International Crane Foundation, for an overview of the cranes in your neighborhood–or even right in your backyard! Anne will share information about sandhill crane ecology and unveil what’s behind this favorite wetland bird’s weird and wonderful behaviors.
Anne Lacy, International Crane Foundation
Recorded June 5, 2020.
Anne Lacy accepted an internship at the International Crane Foundation (ICF) in 2000 while finishing her thesis at the University of Minnesota-Duluth. After completing her master’s degree, Anne accepted a full-time position at ICF as a research associate, working on an ongoing long-term study of sandhill cranes. Since 2009, she has also been involved in whooping crane reintroduction to study the ecology of the newly reintroduced whooping cranes in Wisconsin.
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