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A visit to ocean shoreline can yield a wonderful bird sighting

A turnstone forages for food on an ocean beach. (Bill Danielson)
A turnstone forages for food on an ocean beach. (Bill Danielson)
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Sooner or later, as we explore the world, we find certain places that we connect with. The forests of the Northeast are among my favorite places to be, but there is also something about the ocean that captures my imagination. Iā€™m not talking about the big waves of Maui, or even the ocean beaches of New England, but rather the quiet, sheltered shorelines that delineate a more subdued meeting of ocean and earth. Along just ...


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