|The South Fork of the
Snake River in its lower reaches is a national treasure as a wildlife
sanctuary, a premium fishing stream, and a wild and scenic river.
It is the largest nesting area for bald eagles in Idaho. The
river is used extensively for recreational boating.
|The Federation of Western
Outdoor Clubs recommends that the South Fork of the Snake River be
established as a Wild River between Conant Valley (near Swan Valley)
and Burns Creek. The rest of the South Fork between the Palisades
Dam and the Henry's Fork of the Snake River should be placed into
Scenic River status.
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