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Whooping Cranes

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Noah Adams talks with Chuck Underwood, spokesperson for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Crane Migration Team about the landing of whooping cranes near their winter home. The landing is the culmination of a long effort by researchers who have been trying to help re-establish a migratory flock of the endangered birds.

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