DNR selects veteran biologist to manage wildlife habitat program

For the past six years, Bob Welsh was an assistant regional wildlife manager. Part of his new job will focus on identifying habitat improvement opportunities.
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For the past six years, Bob Welsh was an assistant regional wildlife manager. Part of his new job will focus on identifying habitat improvement opportunities.

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