Baraboo event to explore the work of the International Crane Foundation

July 1, 2018 by  

An organization in Baraboo that works to protect cranes and their habitats will be opening its doors for a sneak peek into its day to day operations, and the public is welcome to come and check it out for themselves.

The International Crane Foundation will offering a morning of activities that will give young and old alike a chance to discover more about these large birds, the challenges they face in the wild, and what is being done to protect them. It is free to participate, but donations to the group will be most appreciated.

The planners of the occasion have organized two hours of fun, which will include exploring the nature trials that are on the property, browsing through exhibits and making a crane themed craft. There will be details shared about how cranes have been used in different cultures and are often associated with peace. Visitors will also be able to find out about how the organization is working in countries all over the world to protect these elegant birds, their flyways and ecosystems, and the other creatures that share them.

The ‘Whoop it UP at ICF’ will be offered at E11376 Shady Lane Rd in Baraboo. Promotional products for an event like this can be sourced from an area print shop.

This opportunity to explore the lives of cranes will be offered on July 25. Tickets are required, and these can be obtained at the Baraboo Public Library, and will be available starting tomorrow, July 2.