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Celebrating the Shorebird Reserve at Johnson's Mills

JohnsonsMills08.jpgThree quarters of the semipalmated sandpipers in the world stop at Johnson's Mills, near Dorchester, each year. It's been 25 years since the area was recognized as a site of global importance when it comes to shorebirds. Supporters of the Nature Conservancy gathered at the Shorebird Reserve and Interpretive Centre to mark the anniversary. Charles Duncan of the Shorebird Recovery Project was there. (Photo: Mike Dembeck)

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