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  • In an April 2, 2014 photo, Amy Johnson and several of her second grade students from Kessler Elementary School in Helena, Mont., use binoculars to watch as bailing twine and other harmful debris used by an osprey to build a nest is removed from a cell phone tower. The students wrote letters to AT&T, the operator of the cell tower, to ask them to help the osprey by cleaning out strands of orange baling twine, which can be harmful to the birds.  (AP Photo/Independent Record, Eliza Wiley)

    Students seek safer cell tower osprey nest

    After a long winter migration, the pair of ospreys nesting on a cellphone tower across from Kessler Elementary School returned Wednesday. Little did they know during their time away the efforts that went into making their nest safe for them and this year's crop of chicks.

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