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    Where the Wild Things REALLY Are

    After being orphaned on Oregon’s southern coast, three snowy plover chicks were rescued and then released back into the wild. This photo of a one day-old Snowy Plover chick was taken on the Coos Bay North Spit, Coos Bay, Oregon by Kathy Castelein. To learn more about this threatened bird, check out the latest issue of BLM Oregon’s Northwest Passage magazine HERE.

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