Herds of waterbuck graze the shores of Lake Urema. "They call this the Little Serenghetti," says Steve Burns. The animals are still coming recovering from the war, because, he says, the habitat is still viable. "It's doesn't get any better than that."
Herds of waterbuck graze the shores of Lake Urema. "They call this the Little Serenghetti," says Steve Burns. The animals are still coming recovering from the war, because, he says, the habitat is still viable. "It's doesn't get any better than that." Katherine Jones / Idaho Statesma
Herds of waterbuck graze the shores of Lake Urema. "They call this the Little Serenghetti," says Steve Burns. The animals are still coming recovering from the war, because, he says, the habitat is still viable. "It's doesn't get any better than that." Katherine Jones / Idaho Statesma

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