Feds burn island weeds at Mono Lake to help birds feather their nests.

LEE VINING, Calif. — A massive weed infestation on a tiny island at Mono Lake has choked out the nesting grounds that California gulls need to complete a life cycle as ancient as the million-year-old Sierra Nevada ecosystem.

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