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Wildlife 'refuges' play host to bombers, cattle and jetskiers

Archived Article - December 28, 1992 by Kristy Ratliff and Paul Larmer

Wildlife refuges have never been just for wildlife. The 90 million-acre national wildlife refuge system also hosts military maneuvers, cattle, hunters, boaters and other "secondary" users.

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