Arkhaus’ Lavish Floating Club Next to Bird Key Vexes Wildlife Experts

Birds of all sizes, shapes, and sounds have flocked to the island of Bird Key for as long as anyone has been keeping track. 

For centuries, the 3.7-acre islet in Biscayne Bay off the coast of Miami’s Upper Eastside has served as a mangrove-lined sanctuary for dozens of native bird species — offering brown pelicans, herons, and double-breasted cormorants shelter from predators and a place to nest. The habitat is one of only a few…

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