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Biologists turn Maine island into a tern haven

By Jessica T. Lee
Globe Correspondent / August 6, 2004

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After three months spent crouching in a box, flapping her arms, and wearing a crude cardboard hat, Julie Hart is about to close the book on one of the summer's strangest scientific success stories: the creation of a safe haven for the endangered roseate tern. (Full Article: 1054 Words)

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