Whooping Crane Migration

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Linda Wertheimer talks with Joan Guilfoyle of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service about trying to teach whooping cranes to migrate from Wisconsin to Florida and back. Whooping cranes are among the rarest birds in the world, and the project is an attempt to preserve them.



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