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Video by Nate Herring, Public Affairs Specialist and Kyle Dunlap, Public Affairs Intern DENISON, Texas- The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and an oil company have worked together to construct artificial nesting platforms for the birds. This will provide them with the habitat that they need without inhibiting the work of the oil company.


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Date Taken:07.29.2013

Date Posted:07.29.2013 1:06PM

Category:Package

Video ID:297511

VIRIN:130717-A-CE999-001

Filename:DOD_100873118

Length:00:02:07

Location:US

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