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Ranchers move cattle through a compressor station on their Bureau of Land Management grazing allotment in Aztec, New Mexico.

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Ranchers move cattle through a compressor station on their Bureau of Land Management grazing allotment in Aztec, New Mexico.

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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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A dead sage grouse lies near a lek of 69 birds in Pinedale, Wyoming. Although this Big Sandy Recreation Area is still intact and pristine, no one can say for how long, as it has been targeted for drilling. The grouse are candidates for being listed but energy interests now prohibit it.

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A large sage grouse lek of 69 birds in Pinedale, Wyoming. Although this Big Sandy Recreation Area is still intact and pristine, no one can say for how long, as it has been targeted for drilling.

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A large sage grouse lek of 69 birds in Pinedale, Wyoming. Although this Big Sandy Recreation Area is still intact and pristine, no one can say for how long, as it has been targeted for drilling.

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A large sage grouse lek of 69 birds in Pinedale, Wyoming. Although this Big Sandy Recreation Area is still intact and pristine, no one can say for how long, as it has been targeted for drilling.

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A large sage grouse lek of 69 birds in Pinedale, Wyoming. Although this Big Sandy Recreation Area is still intact and pristine, no one can say for how long, as it has been targeted for drilling.

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Pronghorn antelope in Jonah Field on the Pinedale Anticline, a geologic uplift of sage and grass that provides critical winter range to both antelope and mule deer. This field is being drilled for gas at an alarming rate and is one of the heaviest examples of drilling anywhere.

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Pronghorn antelope in Jonah Field on the Pinedale Anticline, a geologic uplift of sage and grass that provides critical winter range to both antelope and mule deer. This field is being drilled for gas at an alarming rate and is one of the heaviest examples of drilling anywhere.

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Pronghorn antelope in Jonah Field on the Pinedale Anticline, a geologic uplift of sage and grass that provides critical winter range to both antelope and mule deer. This field is being drilled for gas at an alarming rate and is one of the heaviest examples of drilling anywhere.

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Pronghorn antelope in Jonah Field on the Pinedale Anticline, a geologic uplift of sage and grass that provides critical winter range to both antelope and mule deer. This field is being drilled for gas at an alarming rate and is one of the heaviest examples of drilling anywhere.

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Pronghorn antelope in Jonah Field on the Pinedale Anticline, a geologic uplift of sage and grass that provides critical winter range to both antelope and mule deer. This field is being drilled for gas at an alarming rate and is one of the heaviest examples of drilling anywhere.

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Pronghorn antelope in Jonah Field on the Pinedale Anticline, a geologic uplift of sage and grass that provides critical winter range to both antelope and mule deer. This field is being drilled for gas at an alarming rate and is one of the heaviest examples of drilling anywhere.

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

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A flare erupts at a natural gas well near Pinedale, Wyoming.

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Natural gas drilling and development near Pinedale, Wyoming.

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Natural gas drilling and development near Pinedale, Wyoming.

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Natural gas drilling and development near Pinedale, Wyoming.

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Natural gas drilling and development near Pinedale, Wyoming.

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Natural gas drilling and development near Pinedale, Wyoming.

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Natural gas drilling and development near Pinedale, Wyoming.

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Natural gas drilling and development near Pinedale, Wyoming.

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Natural gas drilling and development near Pinedale, Wyoming.

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Natural gas drilling and development near Pinedale, Wyoming.

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Natural gas drilling and development near Pinedale, Wyoming.

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Road-killed greater sage grouse near Pinedale, Wyoming.

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Road-killed greater sage grouse near Pinedale, Wyoming.

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Road-killed greater sage grouse near Pinedale, Wyoming.

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Road-killed greater sage grouse near Pinedale, Wyoming.

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Road-killed greater sage grouse near Pinedale, Wyoming.

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Road-killed greater sage grouse near Pinedale, Wyoming.

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