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Conservation Groups Call on Federal Agencies to Halt Plan to Kill 4,000 Ravens

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Common_Ravens_Mike_ParrTN.jpgThe Idaho Department of Fish and Game's plan to increase numbers of Greater Sage-Grouse by poisoning up to 4,000 Common Ravens-a species that has been shown to only minimally impact grouse populations-has drawn objections from conservation groups, which have signed letters to Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Dan Ashe and Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, calling for the two organizations to halt the effort. FWS approved the poisoning plan developed by USDA at the request of IDFG.


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