Following a wet winter, the number of endangered Cape Sable seaside sparrow nests plummeted to among the lowest on record. To protect the bird, less water will be moved into western nesting grounds while more water is moved east into Shark River Slough.
Following a wet winter, the number of endangered Cape Sable seaside sparrow nests plummeted to among the lowest on record. To protect the bird, less water will be moved into western nesting grounds while more water is moved east into Shark River Slough. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff
Following a wet winter, the number of endangered Cape Sable seaside sparrow nests plummeted to among the lowest on record. To protect the bird, less water will be moved into western nesting grounds while more water is moved east into Shark River Slough. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff

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