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AZA - Red-Crowned Crane Species Survival Plan
Range: Red-crowned cranes are found year-round on the Japanese island of Hokaido. Another population of cranes breeds in the Soviet.
Studying the Crane
The Japanese crane was once widespread over much of Japan and mainland Asia.
Family groups that contain more than one young occur in Japanese Cranes. (G.
LOW MOOI, Freshwater Lake, River
Japan's largest peatland and first Ramsar site. New, progressive globally endangered Japanese Crane creasing the population to its current. 1000.
A simple population viability analysis of Tancho (Grus japonensis) in
Abstract We employed population viability analysis to estimate future population trends and extinction risk of.

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Endangered Species of the Week: Japanese crane
Loss of its wetland habitat has caused further declines in the Japanese crane population. It is now illegal to hunt Japanese cranes and protected areas have been established in order to safeguard the future of this magnificent bird.

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Red-crowned Crane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Red-crowned Crane (Grus japonensis), also called the Japanese Crane or in the wild, including about 1000 birds in the resident Japanese population.
Endangered Japanese crane outgrowing its habitat | MNN - Mother
Grus japonensis (Red-crowned Crane, Japanese Crane
English, –, Red-crowned Crane, Japanese Crane, Manchurian Crane. Spanish, – , Grulla De The Japanese population is non-migratory.
ARKive - Japanese crane videos, photos and facts - Grus japonensis
There are currently two main populations of Japanese crane; one is resident to the Island of Hokkaido in northern Japan and does not migrate (6).
Japanese Crane

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