Welcome to the Photo Journal for Operation Migration. Here you can find images of birds in different stages of migration. Operation Migration works with Canada Geese, Sandhill Cranes, and Whooping Cranes to establish safe migration patterns for the birds to fly and stay wild.
The photo journal is of the 2001 Whooping Crane Migration that was successful. You can watch it progress through the photos that are simply amazing. Just choose a photo to make it bigger and then head back to the thumbnails to choose another. At the bottom of the first page of photos you are given the option to see more photos or to see the final arrival photos. If you choose the final arrival photos you can see some really great photos but on the side bar there is a button to watch a baby whooping crane hatch. You’ll need real player to view it but it was very neat.
If these photos make you curious to find out Operation Migrations story you should just click “Our Work”, and click on the image of the bird you would like to find out about either Canada Geese, Sandhill Cranes, or Whooping Cranes. Each section has its own story.
Fly on over.