The Dunes at Eel Point Beach, Nantucket
American beach grass provides much of the stability for the sand dunes on Nantucket and also serves as a habitat for migratory and year-round birds.
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|Captured:||Sep 28, 2011|
|Uploaded:||Jan 5, 2013 (UTC)|
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