Wildlife Drought

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The worst drought to hit Arizona in decades is so bad that wildlife are having trouble finding enough water. A volunteer group in northern Arizona is setting up water tanks across the desert to help the animals survive until monsoon season in July. From Arizona Public Radio in Flagstaff, Mitch Teich reports.



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