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American Oystercatcher "Arnie" has a nest!

(c) Lindsay AddisonOne of six American Oystercatchers being tracked by NC Audubon, NC State University, and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation was found to have a nest with one egg laid! The full story is available on the project's website. If you would like more information about Arnie and the other 5 oystercatchers, you can monitor their progress on their interactive map.

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