Michigan has had a record number of piping plover chicks. That means the United States is nearly halfway to its goal of having 150 breeding pairs of piping plover parents. The Great Lakes piping plovers have been endangered since the 1980s when as few as 12 to 17 pairs of the birds had fledglings. Read the full story by Michigan Radio.
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