Toward the end of Table Rock Road in Boise, Bob DiGrazia points to a ridge a few hundred yards away. “It was on January 5th I walked up here," he says. "And I could see birds and coyotes over here. Like coyotes on one carcass, six to eight [of them].” DiGrazia is a hunter and he often comes to this spot to just watch elk on the ridge grazing in the winter. That January day, he could see dead elk on the ground in distance. At first he thought poachers were to blame. He called Idaho Fish and...
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