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  • Using "ping-pong balls" of fire to start controlled burns

    Intentionally set blazes, in some cases started by shooting small fire bombs from helicopters into the forest, not only improve habitat for ground nesting birds such as wild turkeys, but they clear brush that makes the threat of catastrophic fires worse on federal lands, state and federal officials say.

Intentionally set blazes, in some cases started by shooting small fire bombs from helicopters into the forest, not only improve habitat for ground nesting birds such as wild turkeys, but they clear brush that makes the threat of catastrophic fires worse on federal lands, state and federal officials say.
Intentionally set blazes, in some cases started by shooting small fire bombs from helicopters into the forest, not only improve habitat for ground nesting birds such as wild turkeys, but they clear brush that makes the threat of catastrophic fires worse on federal lands, state and federal officials say.

Fried turkey nests worry bird hunters

June 03, 2017 3:41 PM