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Louisiana seeks to make more room for namesake pelicans
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8 October 2018
On 8 October 2018 The Associated Press reported:
Louisiana is called the Pelican State, and now its officials are designing two projects to shore up coastal islands with an eye to improving nesting grounds for the namesake bird.
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. . . The Queen Bess site has particular significance for the brown pelican, Louisiana's state bird. It's where scientists released young pelicans in 1968, hoping to restore the population after it was devastated by DDT.
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