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    Dr. Jerry Lorenz, Audubon Florida research director, explains why Roseate Spoonbill along with other wading birds are a major indicator of the health of Florida Bay during a visit to South Nest Key.

Dr. Jerry Lorenz, Audubon Florida research director, explains why Roseate Spoonbill along with other wading birds are a major indicator of the health of Florida Bay during a visit to South Nest Key. Carl Juste Miami Herald
Dr. Jerry Lorenz, Audubon Florida research director, explains why Roseate Spoonbill along with other wading birds are a major indicator of the health of Florida Bay during a visit to South Nest Key. Carl Juste Miami Herald

This bird has something to say about Florida Bay — and it’s not good

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