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"The administration is rushing through yet another effort to reduce protections for our shared public lands, and it’s the sage-grouse’s turn, again."
Disease and logging nearly wiped out the towering trees in the early 20th century. Now the pandemic endangers a one-man operation trying to help the species endure.
With appointments to two regional commissions, Audubon aims to influence conservation and policy to protect the birds and people of the watershed.
This summer was supposed to be the last chance to study nesting birds before oil development began. Now even those plans are hazy.