Little Wood River Wilderness Study Area

Bureau of Land Management, Idaho.

In Idaho, BLM manages over 4,000 acres of public lands in the Little Wood River Wilderness Study Area. Characterized by mountainous terrain cut by steep drainages, the Little Wood River is lined with cottonwoods and willows. The area supports year-round populations of mule deer, blue grouse and sage grouse. Raptors use the cottonwoods in the canyon bottoms for nest sites.

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Located in Blaine County, Idaho.

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