Whooping cranes

Whooping crane’s migration season officially starts Nov. 15. More than 500 of the endangered birds winter at the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge and surrounding area each year.

November is less than two weeks away, which means the iconic whooping cranes will soon arrive on the Texas coast.

Boat tours and other viewing opportunities in the communities of Rockport and Fulton will be available this season with COVID-19 safety precautions in place, according to a news release from the Rockport-Fulton Chamber of Commerce.

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