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Piping Plovers set new record in Wisconsin

Posted on Jan 26, 2018 by Ryan Brady   1 Comment

For the second straight year, Piping Plovers returned to Lower Green Bay after a 75-year absence. Their return reflects a growing trend in the Great Lakes region and helped propel this state- and federally-endangered species to a record-breaking year in Wisconsin. Learn more in this short video >>

A piping plover and its chick are part of a record-breaking year for the endangered species in Wisconsin. Photo courtesy of Tom Prestby.

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1 Response to "Piping Plovers set new record in Wisconsin"

Comment by Karen Weiss
July 29, 2018 10:37 am

Wonderful to hear about the piping plover, thanks for all the hard work of the field people surveying now .


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