People are crowding out birds on Calif. coastline

06/29/2011 | Laguna Beach Independent (Calif.)

Shorebirds in Laguna Beach, Calif., are being forced out of their habitat as people encroach on their territory year-round and shine lights on the ocean at night. Birds also are faced with widespread wetlands destruction in the state during the past 200 years. "Now we have people all the time here so that birds in the habitat are being squeezed out; people are taking over," said Ed Almanza, a geographer with the Laguna Ocean Foundation.

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