Nest and eggs of the endangered light-footed clapper rail in intertidal cord grass marsh in Tijuana Estuary, California, The nest floats but is anchored, to the grass so that it can rise and fall with the tide but not be flooded, or earned away. Photo courtesy of Christopher S. Nordly.

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