Tuesday, March 5, 2013

New pages for all the Worlds Cranes

Parvclassis : Neognathae
Wonderful, magestic,
Most of the Worlds Cranes are in danger, not a lot to be proud of. I am proud of the work being done by a lot of people, you can help.
BirdLife Species Champion Become a BirdLife Preventing Extinctions Programme Supporter
For information about BirdLife Species Champions and Species Guardians visit the BirdLife Preventing Extinctions Programme

Birds Eurypigidae Otididae Heliornithidae
Psophiidae Cariamidae Rhynochetidae Rallidae Mesitornithidae

2771 Black Crowned-Crane Balearica pavonina Near Threatened TSN: 176194
2772 Grey Crowned-Crane Balearica regulorum Least Concern TSN: 558845
2773 Siberian Crane Grus leucogeranus Critically Endangered TSN: 176185
2774 Sarus Crane Grus antigone Vulnerable TSN: 176181
2775 Brolga Grus rubicunda Least Concern TSN: 176188
2776 White-naped Crane Grus vipio Vulnerable TSN: 176189
2777 Sandhill Crane Grus canadensis Least Concern TSN: 176177
2778 Demoiselle Crane Grus virgo Least Concern TSN: 176192
2779 Blue Crane Anthropoides paradiseus Vulnerable TSN: 707817
2780 Wattled Crane Grus carunculatus Vulnerable TSN: 707818
2781 Common Crane Grus grus Least Concern TSN: 176183
2782 Hooded Crane Grus monacha Vulnerable TSN: 176186
2783 Whooping Crane Grus americana Endangered TSN: 176176
2784 Black-necked Crane Grus nigricollis Vulnerable TSN: 176187
2785 Red-crowned Crane Grus japonensis Endangered TSN: 176184

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