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Growing Raynes Fund backs science projects
Wildlife research in Jackson Hole gets a boost from bird lover’s memorial foundation.
By Mike Koshmrl
In its fifth year distributing research grants to Jackson Hole’s wildlife scientists the Meg and Bert Raynes Wildlife Fund is supporting studies that will shed light on everything from little-understood black rosy-finches to where wildlife is crossing South Highway 89/191.
Ten projects received $31,000 in Raynes Fund grants this year.
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