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Whooping Cranes Fly Over the Dunnellon Airport


A large crowd gathered at the Dunnellon Airport Tuesday morning to see one of the newest flocks of whooping cranes on their first migration to Florida. As Vic Micolucci reports, the latest trip is being considered a success by the team of experts working as part of Operation Migration.

This story was featured on NPR’s Weekend Edition Saturday on Jan. 23, Planes Train Endangered Cranes To Migrate

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