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7/1/15 – The Barber Pool Conservation Area (rebroadcast)

The BPCA, a more than 700 acre area just 6 miles east of downtown on the Boise River, is home to more than two hundred species of wildlife, including bald eagles and mule dear, and one of the last intact black cottonwood stands in the rapidly urbanizing Boise area. On this episode, we hear from Sharon Hubler, of the Idaho Foundation for Parks and Lands and Andy Brunelle, of the Ted Trueblood Chapter of Trout Unlimited a little about the history of the BPCA and what makes it so significant for wildlife, as well as conservationists and the scientific community.

This was rebroadcast from an earlier episode, which you can listen to here.



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