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      Jasper-Pulaski Fish and Wildlife Area. We went here in March to try to see the migrating birds, especially the sandhill cranes. We have seen and heard the flocks at our house and hope to have a better look at the wildlife area! This place did not disappoint! we saw 100's of them from a perfectly placed viewing tower. If you live in Indiana, northern Illinois, southern Michigan, you should go here and see the migration!

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