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In this issue of Otter Tracks we have a preview of the eleventh annual Dead Creek Wildlife Day, stories on the worrying State of the World’s Birds, the impact of introduced earth worms on ground-nesting birds, a book review of  The Amphibians and Reptiles of New York State, early results from the VELCO shurbland bird monitoring project and the story of a Spotted Sandpiper’s remarkable escape. Otter Creek Audubon Society members will receive a copy in the mail but you can read this and older issues of Otter Tracks in color on our home page. And now you can also browse issues going back to the year 2000 in our Otter Tracks Archive.

– Ron Payne