Wisconsin’s International Crane Foundation Is The Only Place In The World Where You Can See All 15 Species Of Crane
Birds of a feather flock to…the International Crane Foundation! One of Wisconsin’s best-kept secrets, it’s the only place on Earth where you can see all 15 of the world’s crane species together. Guided tours of the world’s cranes are just the beginning of the fun visitors can have at the foundation, though. There are also nature trails and a gift shop filled with nature-themed items from around the world. Take a look:
The International Crane Foundation’s headquarters are open daily, April 15th – October 31st, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Remember, hours may be affected due to COVID-19, so make sure to call or check the site’s Facebook page prior to visiting. For more information, call (608) 356-9462. You can also check out the International Crane Foundation website or Facebook page.
This isn’t the only place you can have some wild fun. Read about another here.
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