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FILE - In this July 25, 2008 picture, J.R. Zazweta, Idaho Fish and Game senior wildlife technician at the Steling Wildlife Refuge, left, and volunteer Dale Azevedo, of Preston, Idaho, carry two fledgling American white pelicans from the colony's creche to be banded on Idaho's Gull Island in the Blackfoot Reservoir. Idaho Department of Fish and Game managers released three badgers and two skunks in April 2010 on the island in its fight against pelicans that are eating too many sport fish and hurting sensitive populations of Yellowstone cutthroat trout. (Bill Schaefer / Fr26944 Ap)
FILE - In this July 25, 2008 picture, J.R. Zazweta, Idaho Fish and Game senior wildlife technician at the Steling Wildlife Refuge, left, and volunteer Dale Azevedo, of Preston, Idaho, carry two fledgling American white pelicans from the colony's creche to be banded on Idaho's Gull Island in the Blackfoot Reservoir. Idaho Department of Fish and Game managers released three badgers and two skunks in April 2010 on the island in its fight against pelicans that are eating too many sport fish and hurting sensitive populations of Yellowstone cutthroat trout. (Bill Schaefer / Fr26944 Ap)

J.R. Zazweta, Idaho Fish and Game senior wildlife technician at the Steling Wildlife Refuge, left, and volunteer Dale Azevedo, of Preston, Idaho, carry two fledgling American white pelicans from the colony's creche to be banded on Idaho's Gull Island in the Blackfoot Reservoir. Idaho Department of Fish and Game managers released three badgers and two skunks in April 2010 on the island in its fight against pelicans that are eating too many sport fish and hurting sensitive populations of Yellowstone cutthroat trout. (AP File Photo/Bill Schaefer)



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