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Near Needles, CA., workers clear roadways through the Mojare desert on BLM land as part of a project to enhance a new casino area being built by the folks with the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe. Whenever building/construction in the desert is federally related like this, a “monitor” is usually present to walk with the construction gear and look out for desert tortoises.

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DC3 planes blanket housing developments in marsh areas with a mixture of diesel fuel and malathion to kill off mosquitoes.

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Construction workers work on an oil pipeline in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.

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Construction workers work on an oil pipeline in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.

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“Flying fish” (minnows) over the Powder River in Wyoming, an ecosystem threatened by coal bed methane development.

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The way west; the Alpine oil field spreads out into the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska. This huge expanse of critical wetland has just been opened to drilling by the Bush Administration even though most of the waterfowl in North America use the area as critical nesting grounds.

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Central Arctic caribou in an oil field in Prudhoe Bay on Alaska’s North Slope.

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Caribou warily cross a road in the Kuparek oil field, part of greater Prudhoe Bay. Those in favor point out that remnants of wildlife can still be seen in heavily developed oil fields. Environmentalists point out that the area is now an extremely polluted industrial zone.

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The endangered Florida Key deer’s cause wasn’t helped when developers found a loophole and put a housing development inside the Florida Key Deer NWR. The deer are hit and killed by motorists faster than they can reproduce.

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The endangered Florida key deer’s cause wasn’t helped when developers found a loophole and put a housing development inside the Florida Key Deer NWR. The deer are hit and killed by motorists faster than they can reproduce.

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The endangered Florida Key deer’s cause wasn’t helped when developers found a loophole and put a housing development inside the Florida Key Deer NWR. The deer are hit and killed by motorists faster than they can reproduce.

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Buffalo, Wyoming’s Bureau of Land Management employees do an “on-site” inspection of several private and public land site on which the BLM has the mineral rights but lease them out. “On-sites” are a formal step in which land owners, energy interests and BLM biologists, engineers and others inspect an area that is about the be bulldozed and developed or drilled.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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The Trumbull, Nebraska Bearcats line up before a game of six-man football against the Chester-Hubbell-Byron Bulldogs in Chester, NE, the birthplace of six-man football.

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A road cuts through the Badger-Two Medicine Area (held by the Blackfeet tribe) in Montana. The area is sacred to the tribe but coal bed methane drilling has begun on the land.

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Overview of the Powder River near Gillette, WY. The area has been heavily roaded since coal bed methane development began.

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A road cuts through the countryside near Sheridan, WY. Thearea is slated for coal bed methane development.

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Overview of the Powder River near Gillette, WY. The area has been heavily roaded since coal bed methane development began.

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Overview of Adobe Town, part of the Red Desert in south central Wyoming. The area has been proposed for coal bed methane development.

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A camper in Adobe Town, part of the Red Desert in south central Wyoming. The area has been proposed for coal bed methane development.

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A camper in Adobe Town, part of the Red Desert in south central Wyoming. The area has been proposed for coal bed methane development.

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