400 Years After Being Wiped Out by Hunters Britain’s Wild Cranes Make a 
ComebackAndy Corbleyon Febbraio 15, 2021 at 3:48 pm on Febbraio 15, 2021 at 3:48 pm on Febbraio 15, 2021 at 3:48 pm All News – Good News Network

Extinct for more than 400 years, common cranes are finding homes in the UK’s wetlands and waterways once again. Because of conservation efforts that began in 1979, the common crane now numbers almost 200 individuals in the country, with more than 60 breeding pairs. Famous for their courtship displays, the common crane, or Eurasian crane, […]

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Extinct for more than 400 years, common cranes are finding homes in the UK’s wetlands and waterways once again. Because of conservation efforts that began in 1979, the common crane now numbers almost 200 individuals in the country, with more than 60 breeding pairs. Famous for their courtship displays, the common crane, or Eurasian crane,
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