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Budget cuts at Maryland's Patuxent research means end of 50-year-old whooping crane breeding program

When the nation’s most treasured fliers have faced extinction over the past half-century — bald eagles, California condors and the majestic whooping crane — scientists have studied how to save them from deep within thousands of acres of forests and wetlands along the Patuxent River. The crane has…
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