The Sandhill Cranes of the Platte River

Platte River Plains and Sky
The sight of hundreds of thousands of Sandhill cranes on the Platte is a testament to one of North America’s most comprehensive conservation movements. Despite the progress, North America continues to lose ground every day as wetland and native grassland habitats are destroyed. This expedition underscores the importance of maintaining and enhancing protections provided under laws such as the Clean Water Act, Endangered Species Act, and the Farm Bill conservation title.

Why Environmental Adventure Company? Dual sandhill cranes

Environmental Adventure Company’s trips enhance the senses and create an enriched appreciation of our natural world. EAC makes every effort to minimize or eliminate any impact on wildlife and their habitats. They work hard to strengthen and encourage the conservation endeavors of destinations, and sustain local economies by using local guides, naturalists and service providers. EAC treats all cultures with respect and sensitivity for their beliefs and lifestyles, and strives to leave the earth even better than they found it! 

Why NWF chose this trip

The spectacle of 500,000 anything is pretty awe-inspiring… but the sight of 500,000 majestic Sandhill cranes migrating into Nebraska’s Platte River valley is something you’ll cherish for the rest of your life. It is truly one of Nature’s most impressive shows!

Trip Details--Download the brochure below and see all the details. Then call 800-606-9563 to make your reservation or use the "Reserve Your Trip" link to the left. Questions? Call us or email expeditions@nwf.org

March 22-25, 2012
$1,595 per person, double occupancy
$300 single supplement

Download the Sandhill Crane brochure

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