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Enviros say USFWS may have violated Wilderness Act in quietly allowing land survey in Izembek NWR

Conservation groups say the Interior Department has gone behind the public’s back and conducted a land survey in the Izembek National Wildlife Refuge, in the area of the proposed King Cove road.

A memo from the Fish and Wildlife Service said the work would involve 80 helicopter landings over two days, to drive 122 metal survey markers into the ground. A spokeswoman for the Fish and Wildlife Service confirmed the survey work in the refuge was completed this week.



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