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"Forests, Wetlands, Deserts" (3-20-2007)   Visit the Website

Full Show: Idaho has many different biomes, including forests, wetlands and deserts. Why are these different biomes important to the plants and animals in the state? Why are they different? How are they the same? This month's guest scientists are Vicky Runnoe, Conservation Education Supervisor, and Jerome Hansen, Regional Wildlife Habitat Manager, both with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game.

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Video Short: Idaho has three primary habitats: forests, wetlands and deserts. Find out what kinds of plants and animals live in these areas and why.

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Web Extra: Watch our web-only show about forests, wetlands and deserts. Scientists Vicky Runnoe and Jerome Hansen answer more questions about these habitats.

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