Odd Birds Take a Road Trip to Survive

May 19, 2015 - The sage-grouse relies on having an abundant selection of sagebrush to eat and the right habitat for reproduction. But with so much land being repurposed for growing wheat, the bird has been on the decline. To help save the sage-grouse, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has relocated almost 300 birds from Oregon to Washington State, where they hope the grouse population will rise.

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