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Wild neighbors
descend to
valley floor

January snows have prompted Central Idaho’s wild creatures to seek the relative refuge of the valleys. Elk and deer are increasingly common sights in the Wood River Valley’s subdivisions and neighborhoods. Moose, however, don’t tend to move much because of the weather. “They’re here all the time,” said Idaho Department of Fish and Game Conservation Officer Roger Olson. “They are deep snow machines. They are incredible. There’s lots of food down along that river.”. Express photo by Willy Cook

For the week of January 14 - 20, 2004



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