US reneging on land deal for wildlife corridor April 2, 2012 California

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US reneging on land deal for wildlife corridor April 2, 2012 California, OCRegister 

... The FBI wants to convert a critical 900-acre open-space parcel intended as a wildlife corridor, with surrounding residential development, into a training facility with outdoor shooting ranges ... the health of this ecosystem depends on the ability of animals to travel among all the local wild lands... The parcel is now the only place a wildlife corridor can connect 20,000 coastal acres to Limestone Canyon and the larger Cleveland National Forest. 

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