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Whooping Cranes Headed to South Georgia

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DECATUR COUNTY, GA (WALB) -

The Eastern Whooping Crane Migration will pass through Southwest Georgia this weekend as a part of the Operation Migration.

The Whooping Cranes will be passing through Clay County and Decatur County.

The Whooping Cranes will stop in Clay County at the junction of State Road 39 & Mount Calvary Church Road.

Parking will be available along the roadside beside an aircraft hanger with signage "Coates Flying Service". Click for here for more.

The Whooping Cranes will stop in Decatur County particularly Climax, GA on Bell Dixon Road. Dixon Road is located east of Fewell Road where it intersects. Click here for more.

To see the latest on where they are and where they will be click here.

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