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OUTDOOR IDAHO

Working for Wildlife

  • Aired: 07/14/2011
  • 26:47
  • Rating: TV-G
We explore the interesting and challenging ways that Idahoans are attempting to assist wild animals: rehabilitating orphaned black bear cubs, recovering the California Condor; tracking wolverines and winter recreationists, to see if they can co-exist; collaring deer in the winter, and taking baby cutthroat trout to high mountain lakes.
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Some interesting ways we are helping wildlife thrive.
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Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation, Friends of Idaho Public Television, CPB

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