When the real problems are “troubled fish habitat and hatcheries, hydropower dams and fishing” why relocate a Caspian Tern nesting colony that you think is eating too many fish, a move akin to rearranging the deck chairs on the Titantic? Not surprisingly, the move had unintended – and negative – results.
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