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Conservation groups buying coastal habitat to protect whooping cranes


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CORPUS CHRISTI — Hundreds of acres of coastal property is being snatched up in an attempt to protect endangered whooping cranes.

 

After years of eyeing Big Tree Ranch, a critical habitat for whooping cranes next to Goose Island State Park, Texas Parks and Wildlife is preparing to take ownership of the 78-acre property. An oil spill settlement is providing the $2 million to buy the ranch.

 

View the article on the Corpus Christi Caller-Times

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