Grasslands reserve buys 150,000-acre Mont. ranch

Aug 21, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Sunherald.com

Damien Austin, senior foreman for the American Prairie Reserve, lifts a bull snake off a road near the reserve’s headquarters south of Malta, Mont.

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Aug 22, 2012
 
What a wonderful bit of news! With all the prairie land that's been plowed under for farms and development, a small piece of America going back to it's history. That's great!

I know someone that was in that region hunting several years ago and found an owl impaled on barbed wire fencing and I once found a deer skeleton hanging upside down by the hoof on a barbed wire fence. It's a good bet barbed wire fences kill lots of wildlife so I hope the fences come down soon.
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Aug 25, 2013
 
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
What a wonderful bit of news! With all the prairie land that's been plowed under for farms and development, a small piece of America going back to it's history. That's great!
I know someone that was in that region hunting several years ago and found an owl impaled on barbed wire fencing and I once found a deer skeleton hanging upside down by the hoof on a barbed wire fence. It's a good bet barbed wire fences kill lots of wildlife so I hope the fences come down soon.
Oh Christ. I followed a couple of turkey vultures out at the back of my property last year and found a dead fawn tangled in an old wire fence. I was sick. I put my tractor in first gear and drove down the entire length of that fence snapping of the posts. Then I hooked a chain to it and dragged it away.

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