I describe the phenology of territorial Greater Sandhill Cranes (Gnts canadensis tabida) from a long-term (20+ y) marked population near Briggsville, Wisconsin. Territorial adults typically arrived in mid-March (average = 27 Mar., median = 25 Mar.) and egg-laying commenced a median date of 2 wk post-arrival. Chicks typically hatched in mid-May (average and median = 12 May). Renesting occurred from 3-14 d after the first clutch failed and renests hatched from late May to early July (95% a: 23 May-8 Jul.). Known territorial birds began congregating in mid-Sept, and fall migration typically occurred in late Nov. Territory use by adults occurred at all stages of the annual cycle and may be a way to ensure reclamation of the territory in subsequent years.