Wisconsin: Wild Whooping Cranes Hatch Chicks

A pair of wild whooping cranes has hatched two chicks in Wisconsin. They are the first whooping crane chicks to hatch in the wild in this part of the country in over 100 years. The only other wild colony of whooping cranes migrates from Canada to Texas. Go cranes go!
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