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The Middle Peninsula Bird Club birdwatched at Gloucester Point Beach and the VIMS Teaching Marsh and Boat Basin on Wednesday, April 17. Karen Duhring with the VIMS Center for Coastal Resources Management gave a tour of the VIMS Teaching Marsh and Boat Basin. The group observed 29 species of birds and counted 175 individual birds. The highlight was spotting a pair of Peregrine falcons that appear to be nesting under the Coleman Bridge. Participants included, from left, Sherry Rollins, Randy Sweet, Colleen Sweet, Doug Dwoyer, Susan Crockett, David Yeager, Joyce Pully, Bill Corbin, Amy Fowlkes and Carol Hopper-Brill.

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