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Idaho’s Boise and Western History

Idaho’s Boise and Western History

Boise Idaho appeals to travelers because of its historic architecture, such as the Old Idaho Penitentiary, and its downtown greenbelt, the Julia Davis Park. Nearby you can raft the Salmon River, overnight at the Shepp guest ranch, and visit the World Center for Birds of Prey, where the peregrine falcon was saved.

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Idaho’s Snake River Birds of Prey Area, Where the Peregrine Falcon Was Saved From Extinction

Idaho’s Snake River Birds of Prey Area, Where the Peregrine Falcon Was Saved From Extinction

“Saving the peregrine falcon from extinction has been the finest conservation success story in the history of wildlife,” asserted Morley Nelson. He helped create the World Center for Birds of Prey, near Boise, Idaho, and the nearby Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area.

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Idaho’s Hells Canyon: Jet Boating the Snake River

Idaho’s Hells Canyon: Jet Boating the Snake River

Though the Grand Canyon of the Colorado is the best known “canyon” in the U.S., it is not actually the deepest. That honor falls to spectacular, 7,900-foot Hells Canyon on the Snake River of Idaho.

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