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  • Citizen scientists look pp to protect birds from cell tower

    Southeast Thurston County residents and volunteers turn their eyes to the sky to document the birds that move between Lawrence Lake, the Deschutes River and a small unnamed pond that is bustling with wildlife.

Southeast Thurston County residents and volunteers turn their eyes to the sky to document the birds that move between Lawrence Lake, the Deschutes River and a small unnamed pond that is bustling with wildlife. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
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