Whooping Cranes Continue Their Journey To Florida

The FAA allows a group OF cranes to fly home after grounding them for a month.
0:38 | 01/11/12

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Look at this a very unusual site in the skies over the south the FAA has just given permission to a conservation group. To fly this ultralight aircraft to Florida to guide those nine young whooping cranes to their winter home -- the cranes. Actually hatched in Canada they are endangered -- give -- Florida. For the winner of the group -- of the aircraft to look like a crane so the birds would think they're following their mother in fact the pilot dresses up even to looked the part interestingly. This group was grounded in Alabama while the FDA reviewed the case but they got clearance their backup in the skies on the way to Florida. Thank goodness I'm not.

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