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October 5, 2003 9:20 AM

Janet Fullwood: It's time again -- Crane your neck skyward

To hear Bruce Forman tell it, the annual fall arrival of 4,000 or so greater sandhill cranes in southern Sacramento and northern San Joaquin counties can be compared to a military air show.

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