Scientists aren’t sure why Tomales Bay has seen a 65 percent decline in wintering shorebirds over the last 30 years, and a 70 percent decline in dunlins, a common brown wader with a long, drooping bill. They say it’s likely due to a host of human-induced factors, but to aid in further research, the Board of Supervisors . . .

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