Posted by: Sandy Steinman | August 11, 2019

Sandhill Crane Hunting Returns To Alabama

NPR reports

Sandhill cranes were once on the verge of extinction. That influenced the U.S. to implement laws in 1916 to protect the species. But now that these migratory birds have made a steady comeback in recent years, Alabama has decided to permit hunters to kill three sandhill cranes each.

Read news story at  Sandhill Crane Hunting Returns To Alabama For The First Time In 103 Years : NPR


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