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Idaho won't kill ravens to save sage grouse, yet

Sage grouse roosters fight for hens near a lek south of Rockland, Idaho. (Associated Press)
Sage grouse roosters fight for hens near a lek south of Rockland, Idaho. (Associated Press)

WILDLIFE -- Decisions, decisions.

Idaho delays plan to kill ravens to save sage grouse for a year
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Wildlife Services missed its deadline to complete an environmental review of Idaho's plan to kill up to 4,000 ravens to help increase the number of sage grouse in the state, and for that reason, the state cannot implement the plan until next year.
--Twin Falls Times-News




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