US gets OK for cattle-shooting operation in New Mexico


ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Plans by the U.S. Forest Service call for shooting the cattle with a high-powered rifle from a helicopter and leaving the carcasses in the Gila Wilderness. The work is scheduled to begin Thursday. Environmentalists say the cattle are damaging streams and other sensitive areas.

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