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Record 8 fledged chicks for Louisiana's wild 'whoopers'
by Janet McConnaughey
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18 September 2022
On 18 September 2022 The Associated Press reported:
A record eight whooping crane chicks have taken wing in Louisiana after hatching in the wild. It's not just a state record for fledglings of the world's rarest crane, but one for any flock reintroduced to the wild to help save the endangered birds, the state Department of Wildlife and Fisheries said Thursday [8 September].
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... The brown-and-white juveniles which survive to adulthood will be white with red caps and black mustaches and wingtips, and about 5 feet (1.5 meters) tall. Their wingspan can reach 7 feet (2.1 meters) across.
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