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This is exciting.  When I lived in Ks I made several trips to  
Quivira, sometimes when one or two Whoopers were there, but never saw  
one!  If they were too close to the road, the management closed it to  
traffic to protect the cranes.
June Newman
Carrollton
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> From: Melanie Olds <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: April 1, 2010 8:30:53 AM CDT
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Quivira Whooping Cranes
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> Last night we had a total of 66 whooping cranes on the refuge; 3 at  
> the
> observation tower, 43 at the Big Salt Marsh, and 20 at water unit 14A.
>
> As of 30 minutes ago the numbers were up to 74; 3 at the  
> observation tower,
> 51 at the Big Salt Marsh, and 20 at water unit 14A.
>
> Melanie Olds
> Biological Science Technician
> Quivira National Wildlife Refuge
> 1434 NE 80th St.
> Stafford, KS 67578
> (620) 486-2393
>
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