Flood-control project becomes birding mecca; Pine to Prairie trail expands
A flood-control impoundment southeast of here has proven to have a benefit water managers never anticipated.
The four-square mile Agassiz Valley Water Resource Management Project also has become a haven for birds -- and the people who watch them. The impoundment, which is designed to control the flow of water from the Snake River during flooding, soon will be the newest stop on the Pine to Prairie International Birding Trail.
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