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Reported By: Susan Sharon
One of the world's best-known naturalists and an expert on predatory birds is in Maine this week to promote conservation around the world. Jim Fowler will be the keynote speaker at a reception for the Biodiversity Research Institute tomorrow night. This morning he stopped by a banding station in Falmouth where songbird migration is in full swing, and where BRI's biologists are doing what Fowler considers his own life's work: connecting people to the natural world.
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