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Thursday, April 06, 2006

Whooping Crane hopefuls by GLRC Environment Report

GLRC writes: Dozens of whooping cranes are heading north this spring, as an experiment continues to develop a migrating flock of the birds in the Eastern U.S. Wildlife experts hope this'll be the year the effort will produce its first successful hatch of a crane egg. The GLRC's Chuck Quirmbach reports.

Read or listen to Experts Hopeful for Whooper Eggs

# posted by Tami @ 9:44 AM
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