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A flock of American Coots keep high and dry on a log boom at the south end of Okanagan lake near Penticton. - Sean Connor/Capital News
A flock of American Coots keep high and dry on a log boom at the south end of Okanagan lake near Penticton.
— image credit: Sean Connor/Capital News

 

A flock of American Coots keep high and dry on a log boom at the south end of Okanagan lake near Penticton.

 

 

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