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International Crane Foundation average salary is $94,411, median salary is $94,411 with a salary range from $94,411 to $94,411.
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Structural Engineer 94,411-94,411 Rye, NY, 10580 2010 International Crane Foundation Structural Engineer Salaries (1)
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  • International Crane Foundation
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Baraboo, WI
  • ICF maintains a collection of captive cranes, which allows us to pursue two vital techniques for crane preservation: captive breeding and reintroduction into the wild. Our work also demonstrates endangered species management for the public, and facilitates breeding and education efforts with cranes elsewhere in the United States and aboard. Our programs stress the interdependence between wildlife and their habitats and the relationships that exist between wildlife, habitat and people. We believe that cranes can serve as a symbol inspiring people from many nations to trust each other and to work together to conserve these magnificent birds.