Texas Town Holds on to Rare Bird Eggs A small town in East Texas town decides to keep its collection of rare bird eggs in a local museum, in the hopes of turning them into a tourist attraction. California scientists who traveled to the town had suggested the eggs -- from two extinct species -- would be safer in their collection. NPR's Wade Goodwyn reports.
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Texas Town Holds on to Rare Bird Eggs

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Texas Town Holds on to Rare Bird Eggs

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A small town in East Texas town decides to keep its collection of rare bird eggs in a local museum, in the hopes of turning them into a tourist attraction. California scientists who traveled to the town had suggested the eggs — from two extinct species — would be safer in their collection. NPR's Wade Goodwyn reports.