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S. governments established a captive population of whooping cranes by collecting one egg from each of several whooping crane nests. The eggs were taken by air in a 27 Family: Cranes Vol. 9: Birds II acorns and other foods. During winters when an adequate supply is not available for the cranes, 6–7 cranes have died. The “old” flock of whooping cranes, although slowly increasing, is by no means secure. Since 1976, efforts have been made to start new wild populations of whooping cranes using birds reared from eggs collected from the “old” population of wild cranes, and from eggs and birds produced by the captive breeding centers.
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24 Cranes are well known for their trumpet-like calls. Aldo Leopold said it best, “When we hear his voice we hear no mere bird. He is the trumpet in the orchestra of evolution. The sadness discernable in some wetlands stems from their once having harbored cranes. ” Within the Gruidae, there is an evolutionary progression from the simpler displays in the ancient crowned cranes through a progression of “middle species” to the most elaborate displays in Siberian and red-crowned cranes. The most fundamental call in all cranes is the low, purr-like contact call.