Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge to allow fishing, expanded hunting

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Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge to allow fishing, expanded hunting

Conservationists supportive as long as hunters and fishers stay within approved areas
The uplands habitat on the San Luis Valley floor where drought-resistant plants take hold. “The uplands provide important habitat for declining bird species, such as the sage thrasher and Brewer’s sparrow – along with bull or gopher snakes, black- and white-tailed jackrabbits and desert cottontail rabbits,” according to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.

Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge to allow fishing, expanded hunting

The uplands habitat on the San Luis Valley floor where drought-resistant plants take hold. “The uplands provide important habitat for declining bird species, such as the sage thrasher and Brewer’s sparrow – along with bull or gopher snakes, black- and white-tailed jackrabbits and desert cottontail rabbits,” according to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.
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