Festival of the Cranes

Festival of the Cranes

Jan 11th 2020 - Jan 12th 2020Decatur

A free two day event featuring storytelling, photography workshops, music, live raptors, children activities, films, and of course thousands of Sandhill cranes and the endangered Whooping cranes, along with ducks, geese, bald eagles, and whatever other wildlife makes an appearance in the fields around the Visitor Center and Observation Building. The refuge is also home to 115 species of fish, 74 species of reptiles and amphibians, 47 species of mammals, 38 species of freshwater mussels, and 26 species of freshwater snails. Other animals such as the endangered Gray bat and benefit from the protection of the National Wildlife Refuge System, and the care of dedicated refuge staff and other friends of wildlife.

    Festival of the Cranes

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    Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge/Visitor Center
    • Decatur AL,

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    Decatur is located in the Huntsville & Decatur Area of the North Alabama Region

    Decatur AL,

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