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Fort Bragg's Woodpeckers

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Fort Bragg's Woodpeckers

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The Pentagon says environmental laws cripple its ability to train soldiers. But in North Carolina, the Army and environmentalists have come up with a novel solution that benefits both soldiers and woodpeckers. For Morning Edition, NPR's Christopher Joyce reports.

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