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American Marten Could Be Set for Return to PA’s Forests After 100 Year Absence

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Pennsylvania’s Bureau of Wildlife Management is working on an experimental reintroduction plan to restore the American marten to woods and hills in the Keystone State. This tree-dwelling relative of the mink was extirpated from the state 100 years ago, and a plan to create an experimental, non-protected population to monitor how a predator introduction would […]

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