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I think you and I emailed about your situation a while back. Have you or anyone built a website regarding your situation? I think that is a good way to expose the insanity and all the gov't agencies will take notice. The website would be by the people, not the agencies or conservancies.
I do not know if the FWS has specifically studied the waterfowl catastrophic effects from 2001...since they sued to take away our water, I'm sure they wouldn't want facts on the decimation it caused. You might contact the FWS service here though. Other than that I do not know of any studies...isn't that bizarre?!
Do you have any other people that have the same concerns as you? I know it is not the 'in' thing to have common sense these days...the mantra...save an 'endangered' fish sounds more loudly than '807 species will die'...people don't want to hear that. Like, fires in OR and CA have killed more spotted owls than the obliteration of logging and the timber communities....but, 'logging' doesn't SOUND green, thus it isn't, right? Makes me crazy.
If I hear of a study I will tell you.
Good hearing from you.
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