Tribe Responds to Baby Antelope Deaths and Ecosystem Changes

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Preserving the natural balance of a region requires thoughtful study of man’s impact on the environment, according to Ray Alvarez of the Hewisdawi Band. When early settlers introduced cattle to Northeastern California, they brought with them diseases that wiped out populations of native species that Native tribes depended on. Currently, man has made it more difficult for baby antelope to cross.


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