Sandhill cranes were nearly extinct by the early 1900s because of overhunting. The eastern population is now about 60,000.
Sandhill cranes were nearly extinct by the early 1900s because of overhunting. The eastern population is now about 60,000. ASSOCIATED PRESS
Sandhill cranes were nearly extinct by the early 1900s because of overhunting. The eastern population is now about 60,000. ASSOCIATED PRESS

Kentucky sandhill crane hunt clears last major hurdle

October 12, 2011 12:00 AM

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