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The survival of whooping cranes is the subject of "Operation Migration," which entails removing crane eggs from their Canadian nests and bringing them to the U.S. to hatch. Then ultra-light planes help guide them on their southern migration. (Photo courtesy Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership, Wisconsin)

From Backyards to Backwoods: Ultra-lights help whooping cranes fly south

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Migration has already been underway for weeks. Purple martins, monarchs, and hummingbirds are some of the early travelers. They, however, are not the topic of today's column.

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