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An adult whooping crane (Grus americana) forages for food in a display marsh at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. It is one of a pair of adults, raising a chick that is not their own, as part of a recovery program for the species.

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An adult whooping crane (Grus americana), tends to a chick in a public exhibit area at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. It is one of a pair of adults, raising a chick that is not their own, searching for food to bring it within their display marsh.

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An adult whooping crane (Grus americana) forages for food in a display marsh at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. It is one of a pair of adults, raising a chick that is not their own, as part of a recovery program for the species.

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BIR051-00094

An adult whooping crane (Grus americana) forages for food in a display marsh at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. It is one of a pair of adults, raising a chick that is not their own, as part of a recovery program for the species.

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BIR051-00095

An adult whooping crane (Grus americana), tends to a chick in a public exhibit area at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. It is one of a pair of adults, raising a chick that is not their own, searching for food to bring it within their display marsh.

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An adult whooping crane (Grus americana), tends to a chick in a public exhibit area at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. It is one of a pair of adults, raising a chick that is not their own, searching for food to bring it within their display marsh.

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BIR051-00097

An adult whooping crane (Grus americana), tends to a chick in a public exhibit area at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. It is one of a pair of adults, raising a chick that is not their own, searching for food to bring it within their display marsh.

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BIR051-00091

An adult whooping crane (Grus americana) forages for food in a display marsh at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. It is one of a pair of adults, raising a chick that is not their own, as part of a recovery program for the species.

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A biologist feeds a whooping crane chick with a hand puppet. The two-day-old chick will stay indoors for a day or two with a trumpeter swan mount (with a whooper head) so that it imprints on its own species.

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BIR051-00083

A biologist feeds a whooping crane chick with a hand puppet. The two-day-old chick will stay indoors for a day or two with a trumpeter swan mount (with a whooper head) so that it imprints on its own species.

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A biologist feeds a whooping crane chick with a hand puppet. The two-day-old chick will stay indoors for a day or two with a trumpeter swan mount (with a whooper head) so that it imprints on its own species.

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A pair of adult whooping cranes, (Grus americana), tend to a chick in a public exhibit area at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. They are raising a chick that is not their own, searching for food to bring it within their display marsh.

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A pair of adult whooping cranes, (Grus americana), tend to a chick in a public exhibit area at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. They are raising a chick that is not their own, searching for food to bring it within their display marsh.

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BIR051-00087

An adult whooping crane (Grus americana), tends to a chick in a public exhibit area at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. It is one of a pair of adults, raising a chick that is not their own, searching for food to bring it within their display marsh.

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BIR051-00088

An adult whooping crane (Grus americana), tends to a chick in a public exhibit area at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. It is one of a pair of adults, raising a chick that is not their own, searching for food to bring it within their display marsh.

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BIR051-00089

An adult whooping crane (Grus americana) forages for food in a display marsh at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. It is one of a pair of adults, raising a chick that is not their own, as part of a recovery program for the species.

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BIR051-00090

An adult whooping crane (Grus americana) forages for food in a display marsh at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. It is one of a pair of adults, raising a chick that is not their own, as part of a recovery program for the species.

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Whooping cranes, (Grus americana), and their costumed trainers at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI.

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Whooping cranes, (Grus americana), and their costumed trainers at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI.

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Whooping cranes, (Grus americana), and their costumed trainers at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI.

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Whooping cranes, (Grus americana), and their costumed trainers at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI.

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Whooping cranes, (Grus americana), and their costumed trainers at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI.

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A biologist feeds a whooping crane chick with a hand puppet. The two-day-old chick will stay indoors for a day or two with a trumpeter swan mount (with a whooper head) so that it imprints on its own species.

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An adult whooping crane (Grus americana), tends to a chick in a public exhibit area at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. It is one of a pair of adults, raising a chick that is not their own, searching for food to bring it within their display marsh.

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BIR051-00072

An adult whooping crane (Grus americana) forages for food in a display marsh at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. It is one of a pair of adults, raising a chick that is not their own, as part of a recovery program for the species.

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BIR051-00073

An adult whooping crane (Grus americana) forages for food in a display marsh at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. It is one of a pair of adults, raising a chick that is not their own, as part of a recovery program for the species.

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Whooping cranes, (Grus americana), and their costumed trainers at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI.

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A pair of adult whooping cranes, (Grus americana), tend to a chick in a public exhibit area at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. They are raising a chick that is not their own, searching for food to bring it within their display marsh.

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BIR051-00067

A pair of adult whooping cranes, (Grus americana), tend to a chick in a public exhibit area at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. They are raising a chick that is not their own, searching for food to bring it within their display marsh.

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BIR051-00068

A pair of adult whooping cranes, (Grus americana), tend to a chick in a public exhibit area at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. They are raising a chick that is not their own, searching for food to bring it within their display marsh.

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A pair of adult whooping cranes, (Grus americana), tend to a chick in a public exhibit area at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. They are raising a chick that is not their own, searching for food to bring it within their display marsh.

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BIR051-00070

An adult whooping crane (Grus americana), tends to a chick in a public exhibit area at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. It is one of a pair of adults, raising a chick that is not their own, searching for food to bring it within their display marsh.

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BIR051-00065

A pair of adult whooping cranes, (Grus americana), tend to a chick in a public exhibit area at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. They are raising a chick that is not their own, searching for food to bring it within their display marsh.

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BIR051-00063

An adult whooping crane (Grus americana), tends to a chick in a public exhibit area at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. It is one of a pair of adults, raising a chick that is not their own, searching for food to bring it within their display marsh.

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BIR051-00064

A pair of adult whooping cranes, (Grus americana), tend to a chick in a public exhibit area at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. They are raising a chick that is not their own, searching for food to bring it within their display marsh.

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BIR051-00059

An adult whooping crane (Grus americana) forages for food in a display marsh at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI. It is one of a pair of adults, raising a chick that is not their own, as part of a recovery program for the species.

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