Florida Storm Strikes Endangered Whooping Cranes

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Mary Ann Wellington, an aviculturist at the International Crane Foundation, talks about the Calgary-bred whooping cranes that were killed in a storm in central Florida a month before they were to be set free in the wild.

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Mary Ann Wellington, aviculturist at the international crane foundation; chick-rearing specialist

Joe Duff, lead pilot and co-founder of operation migration

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