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United States Pacific Island Wildlife Refuges
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Bristle-thighed curlews are shorebirds that breed on inland tundra in a small area of western Alaska and winter on small tropical islands across a large expanse of the Pacific Ocean – including on Howland Island. Image courtesy of the USFWS.
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