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Soaring, Bat Research, Fishing For Walleye

  • Aired: 01/20/2004
  • 27:30
  • Rating: NR
Marianne Eaton visits the Warren Sugarbush Airport, for a glider ride high above Vermont's Mad River Valley. Then, we join members of the Vermont Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit on a nighttime operation to net, tag and track Indiana bats with radio transponders. Lastly, host Lawrence Pyne heads out with walleye enthusiast Cubby Smith on the Lamoille in search of "Old Marble Eyes."
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