'Controled burns' will be used to manage Great Bay National Wildlife Refuge this summer
As weather conditions allow this year, Refuge staff will be busy conducting a number of small, controlled burns to maintain about 84 acres of open grassland — habitat that is important for a diversity of wildlife species including the state — listed upland sandpiper, American woodcock, bobolink, and wild turkey.
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