With wolf delisting, focus may shift in Ripley study
CAMP RIPLEY (AP) — Brian Dirks stands on a gravel road lined with dense forest, a radio antenna in his outstretched hand.
He punches the frequency of his target into a receiver hanging from a strap over his shoulder, aims the antenna toward an overgrown swamp and listens, ignoring the low booms of artillery fire in the distance.
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