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By dawn's early light

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It was pitch dark and only 28 degrees at 5:30 a.m. Saturday when Keith Bennett took up his annual post at the Cylon marsh to listen for and count sandhill cranes.

In a two-hour period, the River Falls resident traveled to five different one-square-mile sites looking and listening for cranes in the Cylon Wildlife Area, which is about three miles northeast of Deer Park.

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