Please use the facilities at the feeding areas and sleeping sites that are recommended to you by the Crane Information Centre and the National Park Office. In September and October, these spots will be looked after by staff from the National Park, the Crane Information Centre as well as volunteers. Observing cranes includes seeing and hearing. If you behave quietly, all guests will be able to experience the impressive calls of the cranes peacefully. It is also important to wear warm and inconspicuous clothes while observing cranes. Your dogs are not allowed to run free. They are also regarded as danger and avoided by the cranes.