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An open letter to the American people: Events at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge

As I’ve watched the events unfolding at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge over the last several days, the image of an American flag obscuring the welcome sign at the wildlife refuge seems especially ironic.

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Facts about Malheur National Wildlife Refuge

Malheur National Wildlife Refuge is located in southeastern Oregon in the high desert at the northern edge of the Great Basin. The 187,167-acre wildlife refuge is famous for its spectacular concentrations of wildlife–here you can find more than 320 bird and 58 mammal species.

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Potential Solution to Invasive Carp at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge

Many national wildlife refuges deal with invasive species on a daily basis. At Malheur National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in Southeast Oregon, the species they are dealing with is the common carp (Cyprinus carpio). Impressive Invaders Carp are an aggressive generalist …

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