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    Gulls and Seabirds in the Gulf of Maine: How are They Doing?
    In this episode of WERU’s “Coastal Conversations,” COA W.H. Drury Professor of Ecology and Natural History John Anderson, Meaghan Lyon ’16, and Audra McTague ’19 discuss declining populations of herring and great black-back gull populations and what this change portends for the health of the Gulf of Maine system as a whole.
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    Of What Value is a Gull? (Maine Sea Grant)
    Of what value is a gull? Maybe only this: the lessons of the free air and the wild sky, that science is born in patience and brought forth in care and wonder, that the world is a wide and wilder place than any text book can ever teach us…
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    Young Herring Gull Defies the Odds in 1,700-Mile Journey to Pascagoula (gulflive.com)
    A six-month-old herring gull defied the odds when she flew more than 1,700 miles from College of the Atlantic’s Great Duck Island in Maine to winter at Pascagoula’s Point Park.

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