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Great Bird Festivals at National Wildlife Refuges
A Calendar of Festivals on or near National Wildlife Refuges

January 10, 2014

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Sandhill cranes flying over wetland.

See thousands of wintering sandhill cranes during the Festival of the Cranes at Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge in Alabama. Credit: USFWS

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