Located in Baraboo, Wisconsin the ICF or International Care Foundation is an organization that dedicates its time in studying and preserving at least 15 species of cranes. It is currently located in a large 225 acre of land and is involve in 22 conservation projects in over 40 countries worldwide.
The huge land is used both to welcome visitors and give awareness to the preservation of cranes as well as to use it as a ?species bank? where the cranes can be kept safe until such time when the threat their declining numbers are gone. The foundation was the first to successful hatch an endangered species of crane through a cryogenically fertilized egg. Today it continues its effort to preserve this delicate species.
ICF provides information tours around its facility to provide awareness about the plight of the crane. Additionally they are also involved in a number of internship and volunteering opportunities for different field of studies concerning conservation. In is founded in 1973 and now works with other conservation efforts of other countries where cranes are found.
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