Whooping cranes are the tallest birds in North America, with long legs and necks, streamlined bodies, and rounded wings. They live in wetlands and grasslands in Canada and the United States.
Part of the group called Typical Cranes, they tolerate colder weather and nest on the ground.
Explains where they live, their habitat, what they look like, what they eat, and why they are endangered. Includes pictures and classification.
Learn how tall this bird is, how many states it lives in, where it spends the winter, and why it is endangered.
Includes cool facts, where they spend summer and winter, what they sound like, and why they are endangered.
Information about this species includes what they look like, where they spend the summer and winter, why they are endangered, and how to help.
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