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David, Your coal generating concerns for birds may be valid, but as usual there are some exceptions. The peregrine falcons are doing well with the hacking boxes on the smokestacks at Muskegon, Grand Haven, Port Sheldon, and other places. The following articles have some neat photos.
Tom Hamilton, Montague
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