Festival Of Cranes Takes Flight

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Every fall, thousands of cranes and geese migrate to the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge in central New Mexico. And before dawn during the five-day Festival of the Cranes, bird enthusiasts gather to watch as thousands of birds fly into the sunrise.

Elaine Baumgartel reports for member station KUNM.



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