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Follow this path to the lakeshore.
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And a woman celebrating New Year's Eve on Lake Winnebago was last seen walking away from a fish shanty in the early morning hours; her body was found about 17 hours later in the backyard of a home on the lakeshore.
Saunders noted that as merlins like to perch and nest in trees, management of their populations could be targeted for tree lines near lakeshores where piping plovers are known to live and nest.
For an easy jaunt, try walking down to Little Flat, near the lakeshore; for something more invigorating, go for the five-mile Half-a-Canoe loop.
At the national lakeshore, Bruce Rowe, the park's supervisory ranger and public information officer also has seen an increase in the birds.
The 77-acre parcel was secured in 2010, and the preserve has since been accented with art installations, made accessible to the handicapped and equipped with scenic overlook areas, as nearly a mile of lakeshore has been opened to the public.
But the heaviest snow usually falls away from the immediate lakeshore, where higher elevation helps to squeeze out the most moisture.
Most natural interactions between an object and its surrounding medium favor the creation of rounded objects, Loeb said, like pebbles on a lakeshore made smooth by lapping water.
Miles of terraced vineyards cascaded down steep slopes to the lakeshore.
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: the shore of a lake
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