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Debate flares over giving wildlife artificial water sources




Cliff McDonald (R) helps a Water for Wildlife volunteer patch cracks in a cement drinker.
Cliff McDonald (R) helps a Water for Wildlife volunteer patch cracks in a cement drinker.
Katherine Davis

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The ongoing drought has many agencies in California reevaluating how they use water. The Mojave National Preserve in the southeastern part of the state is developing a new water management plan.

But, Katherine Davis reports the process has reignited debate about whether to keep giving wildlife artificial sources of drinking water.