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Artificial nesting platform built for endangered bird

A new floating platform is hoped to lure terns away from nesting on oil pads while providing them an ideal habitat for nesting at Lake Texoma.



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This work, Artificial nesting platform built for endangered bird [Image 1 of 2], is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:07.17.2013

Date Posted:07.29.2013 12:00

Photo ID:983495

VIRIN:130717-A-IN115-004

Resolution:3872x2592

Size:1.31 MB

Location:US

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Artificial nesting platform built for endangered birds

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