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State moves to expand, preserve eastern Utah’s Tabby wildlife area, but it could cost $41 million

A swath of forested big-game habitat surrounding eastern Utah’s Tabby Mountain has long been a sore point among the state’s land managers. Wildlife officials want the undeveloped area preserved to safeguard migration corridors and public access, while trust lands officials, who administer this 28,000-acre block on the southwestern fringes of the Uinta Mountains, have held out for top dollar, even rejecting a $40 million offer from the state a decade ago.

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