Hula Valley cranes get new feeding site after old one flooded by Israel's heavy storm
Enlightened self-interest leads farmers to aid birds.
The torrential rainfall since the weekend has flooded thousands of dunams of farmland in the Hula Valley, including a 400-dunam site that cranes use as a feeding ground. On Wednesday, farmers opened a new feeding area for the long-legged tourists that spend the autumn and winter in Israel.
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