A great egret flies above a pond near the Delaware waterway known as Taylors Gut on July 22, 2014. The pond is southeast of a complex of wetland formations called Delmarva bays that are part of a federal proposal to update the Clean Water Act. (Chris Adams/McClatchy)
A great egret flies above a pond near the Delaware waterway known as Taylors Gut on July 22, 2014. The pond is southeast of a complex of wetland formations called Delmarva bays that are part of a federal proposal to update the Clean Water Act. (Chris Adams/McClatchy) McClatchy
A great egret flies above a pond near the Delaware waterway known as Taylors Gut on July 22, 2014. The pond is southeast of a complex of wetland formations called Delmarva bays that are part of a federal proposal to update the Clean Water Act. (Chris Adams/McClatchy) McClatchy

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