Sunday, December 05, 2004

Bush Science

"Other biologists, however, were more surprised at Ms. MacDonald's interpretation of their work. Mike Schroeder of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife said that she had misinterpreted his 1999 study when she said it showed that grouse could survive without sagebrush."

"Sage grouse clearly depend on sagebrush to survive on a year-round basis," Mr. Schroeder said. NY Times

Sage Grouse without sage; fish without water and so on. Typical industry hatchet job doing Bush's bidding.


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