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Utah hunters using less lead; condors may have benefited
Recreation » Hunters shunning lead ammo and removing entrails likely contributed to lower lead levels in tested condors.

First Published Mar 14 2014 03:21 pm • Last Updated Mar 15 2014 06:07 pm

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