Losing 75,000 acres of Public Land? | Fresh Tracks Weekly (Ep. 19)
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In this episode we catch up with the crew that has been out fishing quite a bit in the last couple weeks.
News items this week include North Carolina elk and wildlife crossings. Turns out people really like elk back east too and are trying to help with connectivity across busy roadways.
A new study was recently published looking into the affects of wind turbines on bats and the cascading affects of removing bats from an ecosystem.
A bill was recently introduced to attempting repeal the Pittman-Robertson and Dingle-Johnson Act which is a horrible idea.
For the deeper dive, Randy talks about the recent appeal the Wyoming Governor filed to try to halt the Bureau of Land Management acquisition in Wyoming that would open up nearly 75,000 acres of previously inaccessible land, along with 8.8 miles of river frontage.
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