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Old 11-15-2012, 03:18 PM   #1
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Default Sandy blows in rare birds (and brings out the birders)

Sandy blows in rare birds (and brings out the birders)
November 2, 2012
by Joseph Mcclain

Sandy blows in rare birds (and brings out the birders)
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The sheer size of the Sandy event could even have carried seabirds far, far inland, he added.

"The Great Lakes may be full of seabirds; I don't know," Cristol said. He explained that hurricanes and other large weather events often displace birds far from their homes, creating temporary sighting opportunities.

"We used to think birds were just getting killed by these storms, but actually they get up in the northeast quadrant and just ride it out," Cristol explained. "When the storm hits land, they...
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