If you enjoy cranes, come to Baraboo, Wis., Aug. 10, 2013, for the Cranes of the World Festival at the International Crane Foundation. It’s 15 minutes north of the Inn at Wananissee Point. The annual one-day event offers various activities to celebrate the world’s 15 crane species, which reside year-round at the Foundation.
From 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., at your leisure explore the new Conservation Leadership exhibit and hike the Foundation’s nature trails through 160 acres of restored prairie, savanna, wetland and woodland communities. Also browse Bloom! The Story Of Ecosystem Restoration, an exhibit by professional photographer Tom Lynn. Unveiled in 2012, the photographs depict a year of blooming native plants from the property’s panoramas.
David Stokes, renowned wildlife humorist who uses animals, songs and stories to entertain, will speak four times throughout the day. Also enjoy at specific times:
- guided bird and nature walk
- guided prairie walk
- guided tour of the resident cranes
- cranes and culture tour
- radio telemetry demonstration
Bag lunches and beverages will be available to purchase and enjoy in the picnic area.
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See the articles below for a number of area events the weekend of Aug. 9, 10 and 11, 2013.