Join IAS this fall for a special coach tour to enjoy Indiana’s largest wildlife spectacle, the mass migration of Sandhill Cranes at Jasper-Pulaski Fish & Wildlife Area on Saturday, November 18. This special coach trip will leave from Indianapolis’s north-side, at Cool Creek County Park and will be led by Indiana Audubon Executive Director, Brad Bumgardner.
The trip will begin inside the Cool Creek Nature Center at 1:00 P.M. Eastern time. Registered participants will get a short introductory program about the cranes of Indiana, their history and current status in Indiana, before boarding a motor coach bus for Jasper-Pulaski to view up to 20,000 cranes as they head to their evening roost. The trip will return to Cool Creek Park around 8:00 P.M. Trip time to Jasper-Pulaski FWA is approximately 1 hr 45 min. Anyone that joins the trip will automatically be entered to win a pair of Steiner Wildlife XP 10×44 binoculars, valued at $2,099.99. Find registration here!