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Eleven of 15 crane species worldwide are endangered, and Wisconsin is playing a critical role in efforts to restore whooping cranes. Join a live online chat Oct. 31 at noon to get the latest updates on the effort’s progress, research, and the ongoing fall migration of cranes.

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The chat features Davin Lopez, the Department of Natural Resources whooping crane coordinator and partners including Joan Garland, outreach coordinator for the International Crane Foundation, and Heather Ray, the associate director of development for Operation Migration.

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Browse sandhill crane, prairie chicken, pelican, loon, goose, eagle, whooping crane, heron, turkey, cardinal, hummingbird and other bird photos.

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