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Report: Wildlife refuges create $2B for economy

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Bird watching, hunting or just picnicking. Whatever the reason, visits to the nation's 561 wildlife refuges are big business. A new report says visitors to federal wildlife refuges generate more than $2 billion a year in economic activity, helping to employ more than 35,000 people and produce about $343 million in local, state and federal taxes. Recreational activities such...

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