Once hunted almost out of existence in Wisconsin, wild turkeys and sandhill cranes have flourished in recent years. These large-bodied birds are considered conservation success stories. But to some people they’re nuisances in farm fields and residential areas. Two avian experts join us.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Joel Patenaude Producer
- Maria Lopez Technical Director
- David Drake Guest
- Anne Lacy Guest
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