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Feds propose habitat protections for Selkirk caribou November 29, 2011, Idaho

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Feds propose habitat protections for Selkirk caribou November 29, 2011, Idaho, The Spokesman Review (blog)

... a proposal to designate 375,562 acres of critical habitat in North Idaho and northeastern Washington for southern Selkirk Mountains woodland caribou ... Comments on the proposal will be accepted until Jan. 30.. Go to the Federal eRulemaking Portal:http://www.regulations.gov. In the Keyword box, enter Docket No. [FWS–R1-ES-2011-0096], .... At last count, 46 caribou were surviving in the Selkirk Mountains of North Idaho, northeastern Washington and British Columbia ... a member of the deer family... prefers high elevations above 4000 feet and steep terrain with old-growth forests ...


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