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Maryland / Mute Swans #708308

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 18, 2002
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Cambridge, Maryland: Barry Serafin) Maryland's moves against the mute swan population because of their threat to the native grasses featured; scenes shown of the birds. [Maryland department of natural resources Paul PEDITTO†- says the swans are a non-native exotic species & will have to be killed.] [Maryland department of natural resources Larry HINDMAN†- explains the practice of coating eggs with corn oil.] [86-year-old Handell HUDSON‡- says there is no need to destroy the swans.] [US Geological Society biologist Rich MALECKI†- comments on the swans.]

Reporter(s):
Serafin, Barry;
Simpson, Carole
Duration:
00:02:40

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