At the tail end of the snowy plover breeding season, Point Reyes National Seashore ecologists have good news to report. The last month was the most productive of the summer: Park staffers announced the appearance of two broods near Abbotts Lagoon that had hatched from nests they didn’t know about. It could signify that the initial count of . . .

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