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Veronica Hurd, GGNRA wildlife monitoring intern and Brittany Livingston, GGNRA wildlife monitoring intern, look through binoculars for snowy plovers on Ocean Beach on Friday, March 4, 2016 in San Francisco, Calif. The average count at the bird's overwintering ground in Crissy Field Wildlife Protection Area and Ocean Beach is usually between 20 and 30 birds but this January as many as 104 plovers were counted in a single day. (Lea Suzuki/San Francisco Chronicle via AP)  MANDATORY CREDIT PHOTOG & CHRONICLE; MAGS OUT; NO SALES

Veronica Hurd, GGNRA wildlife monitoring intern and Brittany Livingston, GGNRA wildlife monitoring intern, look through binoculars for snowy plovers on Ocean Beach on Friday, March 4, 2016 in San Francisco, Calif. The average count at the bird's overwintering ground in Crissy Field Wildlife Protection Area and Ocean Beach is usually between 20 and 30 birds but this January as many as 104 plovers were counted in a single day. (Lea Suzuki/San Francisco Chronicle via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT PHOTOG & CHRONICLE; MAGS OUT; NO SALES

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