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Radio waves: Lizzie Condon on cranes

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Lizzie Condon talks about cranes and their broader meanings in the modern world on "Outside" this afternoon with Joel Greenberg and me.


"Outside" airs from 4:30-5 p.m. Mondays on WKCC-FM (91.1) in Kankakee.

Condon, a former interpretive naturalist and current volunteer for the International Crane Foundation, is passionate about cranes. She brings that passion to explaining why saving a signature species like cranes matters.

I still have some questions on allocation of resources to save a species I am not certain will survive the modern world. Lizzie had an answer for that.

BTW, one of the great family side trips for our family on a trip to the Wisconsin Dells, was a stop at ICF in Baraboo.

Laurel Soper, the web tech and digital media person for KCC, has put together a better podcast system set up here.

Otherwise, click here for online listening options.

There is a Facebook page for Outside with Dale Bowman and Joel Greenberg.

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