The sage grouse is one of the most iconic wildlife species in Idaho. But according to a new report, three slightly less-flashy birds are benefiting from conservation efforts aimed at sage grouse. The sage grouse narrowly avoided landing on the Endangered Species list last fall. The bird is considered an umbrella species, which means that 300 other species depend on the same ecosystem – though they might not be as finicky. In a decision federal officials describe as a grand compromise, land...
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