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Wind storm fuels benefits for imperiled species

11:45 AM, Nov. 1, 2013
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When DNR conservation wardens, foresters and wildlife biologists responded to a massive July 2011 wind storm that leveled trees for miles across northwestern Wisconsin, they handled a variety of widespread problems, which for some are still an issue today.

Yet out of the wind-strewn wreckage comes a happy "re-start" for the tiny Golden-winged Warbler, one of the most threatened, non-federally listed bird species in eastern North America.

While Mother Nature was the force behind the summer wind storm, a unique set of partners-the state of Wisconsin's Department of Natural Resources ...

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