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Mown on the range

Mar 3, 2014 By Eric Blom, Staff Writer

Could one problem with the struggling sage grouse be too much sage brush? Researchers think it's possible.

Removing sagebrush may seem ...


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Wyoming Game and Fish wildlife biologist Stan Harter drove a tractor through sage brush near Cedar Rim to cut the plants back and, possibly, improve the area for sage grouse habitat. Photos by Eric Blom

Wyoming Game and Fish wildlife biologist Stan Harter drove a tractor through sage brush near Cedar Rim to cut the plants back and, possibly, improve the area for sage grouse habitat. Photos by Eric Blom


Wyoming Game and Fish wildlife biologist Stan Harter drove a tractor through sage brush near Cedar Rim to cut the plants back and, possibly, improve the area for sage grouse habitat. Photos by Eric Blom

Wyoming Game and Fish wildlife biologist Stan Harter drove a tractor through sage brush near Cedar Rim to cut the plants back and, possibly, improve the area for sage grouse habitat. Photos by Eric Blom

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