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NET NEBRASKA PRESENTS

Last of the Rainwater Basins

  • Aired: 12/08/2010
  • 28:41
  • Rating: NR
A study of the wetland region in Nebraska known as the Rainwater Basin and its importance to migratory birds. Interviewed: Al Trout (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service); ornithologist Paul Johnsgard (University of Nebraska).
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United States Environmental Protection Agency, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
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