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Derrick Z. Jackson

Make way for puffins, terns, and laughing gulls

By Derrick Z. Jackson
July 22, 2008

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A BLACK tern fluttered in circles just above the gray boulders. Its darkness and rapid wing beat evoked a bat, weaving desperately through white and slate squadrons of common and Arctic terns. Audubon Society researcher Steve Kress and interns Juliet Lamb, Merra Howe, and Lauren Scopel were transfixed by the flight. Then they led me to ... (Full article: 688 words)

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