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Published on Jul 27, 2012
Roger Koss and Jim Gillette, lifelong residents on Lake Ontario, talk about why they support the International Joint Commission's Plan Bv7 for regulating water levels on Lake Ontario. More naturally fluctuating water levels will benefit migrating and nesting waterfowl, key wetland habitats, beaches and dunes, and "canary-in-the-coal-mine" species like Northern Pike, which has declined by 70%, and the Black Tern, whose numbers have dropped by over 80%. To learn more about the Plan and how you can make a difference, please visit www.nature.org/bv7.