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Water requested for refuges

26 groups sign letter to Secretary Salazar to bring more water to wildlife refuges

A flock of geese burst from an irrigation canal and land in Tulelake Wildlife Refuge farmland to feed in the field, said Jacqui Krizo. According to Krizo, Tulelake Irrigation District canals and ditches provide 1152 miles of shoreline habitat. Photo/Jacqui Krizo

By John Bowman Siskiyou Daily News Mar 30, 2012



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