‘WHOOPERS!’ it’s time to check presentation by crane enthusiast

Whooping cranes are the tallest, and one of the rarest, birds in North America. Once numbering as few as 15 wild birds, years of work by public and private conservationists have brought the cranes’ current population to an estimated 600 birds.



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Whooping cranes are the tallest, and one of the rarest, birds in North America. Once numbering as few as 15 wild birds, years of work by public and private conservationists have brought the cranes’ current population to an estimated 600 birds.

You always know when Evey Horn of Eckert has something to report about Whooping cranes because she sends her emails in ALL CAPS. Horn is a bit of a crane expert, having followed the fate of…




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