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November 07, 2012
Action helps oysters recover from depletion caused by drought, lack of fresh water.
Weather permitting, portions of Cypress, Hatchineha, Toho, Kissimmee, Jackson will be treated.
FWC Facts:American kestrels nest in cavities that they do not excavate. Instead, they depend on woodpeckers and natural processes to create holes in trees.
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