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Effect of reduced plover habitat uncertain


September 28, 2005 2:00 AM

Air Force officials and Audubon Society members were unclear Tuesday how a federal effort to reduce the amount of beachfront area set aside as critical habitat for endangered Western snowy plovers will affect public access and bird protection programs at Surf Beach.



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