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Waterfowl stop at Cibola National Wildlife Refuge. A bill in Congress would expand the refuge by swapping 80 acres of federal land in California for 40 acres of private land abutting Cibola in La Paz County.

The bill would swap 80 acres of federally owned land in California's Riverside County for 40 acres of private farmland abutting the Cibola National Wildlife Refuge in La Paz County that is important habitat and wintering grounds for migratory birds and other wildlife." Read more»

Burros wait in a corral after being herded out of the Cibola National Wildlife Refuge in western Arizona. The Bureau of Land Management, which organized the roundup, said the refuge had four times as many wild burros as it could support.

A roundup of wild burros in western Arizona aims to reduce an overpopulated herd that is trampling the landscape and endangering native wildlife and plants. Read more» 3