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Piping plovers finding urban homes

A piping plover chick on Revere Beach last year. This is the second straight year that piping plovers have nested there. (Globe Staff / Mark Wilson) A piping plover chick on Revere Beach last year. This is the second straight year that piping plovers have nested there.
By David Rattigan
Globe Correspondent / July 17, 2008

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On the vast expanse of the Winthrop Shore Reservation, most beachgoers paid as little attention to the piping plovers nesting area as they did to the airplanes flying low on their descent to Logan Airport. (Full article: 773 words)

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