Birdies, rare birds co-exist at U.S. Open
June 18, 1999
Web posted at: 5:52 p.m. EDT (2152 GMT)
PINEHURST, North Carolina (CNN)-- At the Pinehurst Course, site of this weekend's U.S. Open, there's one birdie you don't want to shoot.
The course is part of a government/private partnership to provide habitat for endangered species, in this case the red cockaded woodpecker.
|CNN's Natalie Pawelski reports on how one golf course became environmentally friendly to woodpeckers.
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Pinehurst Resort & Country Club - Pinehurst, North Carolina
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