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Canmore, Alberta is near Banff National Park, the site of a wildlife overpass.

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Canmore, Alberta is near Banff National Park, the site of a wildlife overpass.

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A vulnerable (IUCN) and federally threatened polar bear (Ursus maritimus) foraging in a dumpster at Prudhoe Bay, Alaska (one of the world’s largest industrial zones.)

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Grizzly bear in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. The bears are attracted to the dumpsters used at the oil field sites.

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Grizzly bear in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. The bears are attracted to the dumpsters used at the oil field sites.

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Grizzly bear in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. The bears are attracted to the dumpsters used at the oil field sites.

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A grizzly bear peers through pipe sections in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.

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A grizzly bear crosses the tundra in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. Industrial development there has led to bears becoming habituated to humans and their garbage, an easy source of food.

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A grizzly bear peers through pipe sections in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.

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Bighorn sheep in the Rocky Mountain Front near Augusta, MT. The area is one of the last places to see the species in North America, and is currently threatened with coal bed methane development.

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Bighorn sheep in the Rocky Mountain Front near Augusta, MT. The area is one of the last places to see the species in North America, and is currently threatened with coal bed methane development.

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Bighorn sheep in the Rocky Mountain Front near Augusta, MT. The area is one of the last places to see the species in North America, and is currently threatened with coal bed methane development.

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Bighorn sheep in the Rocky Mountain Front near Augusta, MT. The area is one of the last places to see the species in North America, and is currently threatened with coal bed methane development.

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Bighorn sheep graze along the Rocky Mountain Front near Augusta, MT. The area is one of the last places to see the species in North America, and is currently threatened with coalbed methane development.

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Pronghorn antelope forage near a coal bed methane rig on the Pinedale Anticline near Pinedale, WY. The area is being drilled for gas.

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Pronghorn antelope on the Pinedale Anticline near Pinedale, WY. The area is being drilled for gas.

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Pronghorn antelope cross a road on the Pinedale Anticline near Pinedale, WY. The area is being drilled for gas.

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Pronghorn antelope on the Pinedale Anticline near Pinedale, WY. The area is being drilled for gas.

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Pronghorn antelope on the Pinedale Anticline near Pinedale, WY. The area is being drilled for gas.

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Pronghorn antelope on the Pinedale Anticline near Pinedale, WY. The area is being drilled for gas.

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Traffic comes to a halt as bison cross a road in Yellowstone National Park.

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Traffic comes to a halt as bison cross a road in Yellowstone National Park.

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Traffic comes to a halt as bison cross a road in Yellowstone National Park.

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Activist Eldon Hughes, shown at Joshua Tree National Monument in California’s Mojave Desert has worked to protect the desert habitat of the threatened desert tortoise.

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A female biologist uses radio telemetry to track juvenile desert tortoises in the Mojave Desert.

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Activist Eldon Hughes, shown at Joshua Tree National Monument in California’s Mojave Desert has worked to protect the desert habitat of the threatened desert tortoise.

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The desert tortoise’s (threatened) habitat California’s Mojave Desert is being threatened by housing developments.

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A biologist watches for endangered desert tortoises as a bulldozer makes way for a housing development in their last remaining habitat.

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The endangered desert tortoise’s habitat in Nevada is being threatened by housing developments.

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The endangered desert tortoise’s habitat in Nevada is being threatened by housing developments.

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The desert tortoise’s (threatened) habitat California’s Mojave Desert is being threatened by housing developments.

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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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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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