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Whooping cranes leave Coastal Bend for Canada

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CORPUS CHRISTI — The last remaining flock of wild whooping cranes has returned to Canada following another difficult drought season in the Coastal Bend.


U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials estimated that roughly 245 endangered whoopers left the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge and surrounding marshes by mid-April. Another dozen or so cranes spent winter in north or central Texas, and in Kansas, Nebraska and other states.


View the full article on the Corpus Christi Caller

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