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Alewives' birth spawns hope for their return

Project aims to restore herring to area rivers

By Sally Heaney
Globe Correspondent / August 22, 2004

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Thousands of alewives have been born this summer in Heard Pond, which connects with the Sudbury River in Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge in Wayland, according to Douglas Smithwood, fishery biologist with the US Fish and Wildlife Service. (Full Article: 591 Words)

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