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Migrating Whooping Cranes
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Migrating Whooping Cranes

Migrating Whooping Cranes

Migrating Whooping Cranes
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Minnesota Public Radio's Mary Losure reports on the effort to teach endangered whooping cranes to migrate. With only one migrating flock left in the world, extinction for the birds could be a real possibility if the effort fails.

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