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Crane Nature ParkHome of red-crowned crane

It is said that during the Edo period (1603 – 1867), Tsuruta was a winter-feeding site for many red-crowned crane. In 1997, a pair of red-crowned crane was acquired from Heilongjiang, China to nest in Tsuruta. Another pair of red-crowned crane was acquired from Amur Oblast, Russia in 1997. By January 2012, Crane Nature Park became a home for many red-crowned crane including baby crane that were born at the park. In addition, there are 5 male and 5 female red-crowned crane that came from Tama Zoo.

Cranes in Tsuruta,Aomori

Summary

Name Crane Nature (Tanchotsuru Shizen) Park
Business Hours 9:00~16:00
Open 365 days
Entrance Fee Free

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Address 81-150 Osawa Mawarizeki Tsuruta, Aomori 038-3542
Tel 0173-22-2111 (Tourism Industry Division, Tsuruta Town Office)
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Population: 14,179 (as of Aug 2012)
Sister City: Hood River, Oregon, USA
Municipal Tree: Japanese Pine
Municipal Flower: Apple Blossom
Municipal Bird: Japanese Red-crowned Crane
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