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Adventures in conservation
A field trip of prehistoric proportions
By Susan Hoffert, Foundation member Chequamegon Bay (pronounce it like you’re saying “she warm again” without the “R”) is one of my favorite spots in Wisconsin. As an obsessed birder, I have visited often in pursuit of piping plovers, golden eagles and blackburnian warblers. On a cool day in late May, however, my objective was not feathered, but finned. Well, maybe a more accurate description is “armored.” I pulled up to a small park in Ashland, on the Bay, where several fishing boats quietly rested alongside a dock and quiet men in waders and camouflage ball caps busied themselves loading
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