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Whooping Crane by Mind Map: Whooping
 Crane
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Whooping Crane

Behavior

Juvenile

protective

Description

makes a distinctive whooping sound

Gets it's name from its whooping sound that carries over several kilometres

Has a large,distinctive,photogenic body

Habitat

Marshes

Shallow Ponds

Small Creeks

Patches of wooded terrian and shrubs

Range

Lives across North America

Charactertistics

Male is usally white with black primaries

Average males are 7.3kg and average females are 6.4 kg

New node

Breeding

Migrates to Texas

Female and male dance to show they are together

Eggs usally hatch in 29 to 30 days

Whooping Crane females usally lay 2 eggs

Action Plan

Donate money to special reserves

Stop building unnecessary buildings

Use paper effectively

Resources

Web site 1

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