Counting the Ibis Population in East Idaho


0  Updated at 3:49 pm, June 6th, 2012 By: Managing Editor
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(MUD LAKE, ID)   —   East Idaho News’ Outdoor Journalist Kris Millgate was out at both Mud and Market Lakes Wednesday documenting the numbers at each locale.   Kris told Tim Lewis on IMN that these two bodies of water are MOST important on the continent for a variety of reasons.   Thousands are White Faced Ibis and Franklin Gulls make East Idaho Lakes their home every year because of the ideal conditions to survive and thrive.   Numbers are increasing.    Get more information on Kris’ website:

Hear Kris and Tim, HERE:  [audio:|titles=Kris Millgate June 6]

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