Title

BLM Wants to Save Idaho Raptor Stronghold

Document Type

NCA Publications/News Articles, Brochures & Letters

Publication Date

1-1-1971

Journal Title/Publication Source

Raptor Research News

Issue Number

5

Page Numbers

7-8

Abstract

The Interior Department's Bureau of Land Management wants to establish a 26,000-acre Snake River Birds of Prey Natural Area along a thirty-mile stretch of the Snake River in Idaho. The area is all publicly owned, and now shelters the largest concentration of golden eagles and prairie falcons in the United States.

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BLM Wants to Save Idaho Raptor Stronghold

The Interior Department's Bureau of Land Management wants to establish a 26,000-acre Snake River Birds of Prey Natural Area along a thirty-mile stretch of the Snake River in Idaho. The area is all publicly owned, and now shelters the largest concentration of golden eagles and prairie falcons in the United States.