Groups Seek to Protect the Shore Bird

Feb 29, 2008

(AP) -- A migratory bird environmentalists say is threatened because of horseshoe crab fishing should be listed under the Endangered Species Act, a coalition of environmental groups say in a letter to federal officials.



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