A whooping crane has landed in Vermont. One of only 400 or so whooping cranes living in the wild, this one apparently decided to take its own route rather than flying to Wisconsin for summer with the family extended. According to NPR, the crane is being relocated to Wisconsin; they say it has a "faulty navigational system."
Perhaps it's good that humans are transporting the crane. Perhaps it's best for the crane to be with other cranes. I don't know what would happen to the crane if it just stayed in Vermont all summer. But I can't help wonder why some people feel the need to interfere every time a creature wanders away from its own kind for a while.