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DFO’s Animals: Miracle Crane

ORG XMIT: NY125 In this photo provided by Nicki Christiansen and the Raptor Education Group, Inc., Marge Gibson, executive director of the Raptor Education Group, Inc., holds a sandhill crane,that was captured in central Wisconsin with an arrow through her body in Antigo, Wis. She treated the crane at her center and plans to release it back to the wild Wednesday, April 1, 2009, weather permitting. (AP Photo/Nicki Christiansen) (Nicki Christiansen / The Spokesman-Review)
ORG XMIT: NY125 In this photo provided by Nicki Christiansen and the Raptor Education Group, Inc., Marge Gibson, executive director of the Raptor Education Group, Inc., holds a sandhill crane,that was captured in central Wisconsin with an arrow through her body in Antigo, Wis. She treated the crane at her center and plans to release it back to the wild Wednesday, April 1, 2009, weather permitting. (AP Photo/Nicki Christiansen) (Nicki Christiansen / The Spokesman-Review)

In this photo provided by Nicki Christiansen and the Raptor Education Group, Inc., Marge Gibson, executive director of the Raptor Education Group, Inc., holds a sandhill crane,that was captured in central Wisconsin with an arrow through her body in Antigo, Wis. She treated the crane at her center and plans to release it back to the wild tpday, weather permitting. (AP Photo/Nicki Christiansen)




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