October 25, 2014
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Idaho Fish and Game mitigation staff biologist Katherine Cousins works to save the willows that were recently planted in the Pack River Delta, east of Sandpoint.
March 11, 2009 in City
The Pack River Delta east of Sandpoint once teemed with life - mosquitoes, ducks, bats, beavers, moose and muskrats. Over the last half century, however, erosion caused by artifically high …
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