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A lone kayaker paddles in the Schoharie Creek on Monday.
A lone kayaker paddles in the Schoharie Creek on Monday.
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A federal wildlife agency is calling for detailed studies to make sure cherished wildlife isn’t disturbed if the Constitution Pipeline proposal is approved. And it isn’t just the impact to existing animals that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is concerned with if the Constitution Pipeline disturbs about 1,500 acres of land and retains 700 acres for operation of the pipeline. Major construction projects can also lead to the unwanted spread of invasive species, according ...


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