If you want to address loss of nesting habitat on WPA's you should discuss the prairie dogs taking over several of the WPA's in Kearney County. I found another one with a small town starting up last weekend pheasant hunting. It's hard to produce waterfowl on areas of habitat where a large percentage of the cover has been chewed down to the dirt. I realize these are federally owned and managed, not at the state level like WMA's, but prairie dogs are destroying far more habitat than the grazing practices at several WPA's. At least the grazing is managed for when and where it happens with wildlife management in mind.