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Cormorants, egrets, ducks, coots, geese, and pelicans congregate at Anaheim Lake in Anaheim, CA, one of Orange County Water District’s groundwater recharge basins, February 26, 2015. Orange County Water District is responsible for managing the vast groundwater basin that provides most of northern and central Orange County’s drinking water.

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