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Hunters at the edge of J. Clark Salyer NWR in North Dakota use decoys and calls to attract snow geese.

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Hunters at the edge of J. Clark Salyer NWR in North Dakota use decoys and calls to attract snow geese.

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Hunters at the edge of J. Clark Salyer NWR in North Dakota use decoys and calls to attract snow geese.

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Hunters at the edge of J. Clark Salyer NWR in North Dakota use decoys and calls to attract snow geese.

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A hunter at the edge of J. Clark Salyer NWR in North Dakota uses decoys to attract snow geese.

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A hunter at the edge of J. Clark Salyer NWR in North Dakota uses decoys to attract snow geese.

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Hunters at the edge of J. Clark Salyer NWR in North Dakota use decoys to attract snow geese.

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Hunters at the edge of J. Clark Salyer NWR in North Dakota use decoys to attract snow geese.

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A river winds through the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

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An aerial of the Brooks range in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The area north of these mountains lies at the heart of the drilling controversy.

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A light plane flies over the sea ice off the coast of ANWR. In the last few months, offshore oil leases have been completed along the coast in order to get at what drillers hope will be a profitable oil field. Environmentalists warn that an oil spill under arctic ice would have disastrous consequences.

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A tourist surveys darts used by the military as targets in practice flights over Cabeza Prieta NWR, Arizona.

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Runoff from the mountains in Cabeza Prieta NWR, (AZ) creates patterns on the desert floor. The plants that dot the landscape are not only a food source for the animals that live there, but important in preventing erosion as well

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A large basaltic rock formation interrupts the desert landscape of Cabeza Prieta NWR, Arizona.

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Runoff from the mountains in Cabeza Prieta NWR, (AZ) creates patterns on the desert floor. The plants that dot the landscape are not only a food source for the animals that live there, but important in preventing erosion as well

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A tourist surveys darts used by the military as targets in practice flights over Cabeza Prieta NWR, Arizona.

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A large basaltic rock formation interrupts the desert landscape of Cabeza Prieta NWR, Arizona.

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A tourist surveys darts used by the military as targets in practice flights over Cabeza Prieta NWR, Arizona.

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A large basaltic rock formation interrupts the desert landscape of Cabeza Prieta NWR, Arizona.

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Runoff from the mountains in Cabeza Prieta NWR, (AZ) creates patterns on the desert floor. The plants that dot the landscape are not only a food source for the animals that live there, but important in preventing erosion as well

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Runoff from the mountains in Cabeza Prieta NWR, (AZ) creates patterns on the desert floor. The plants that dot the landscape are not only a food source for the animals that live there, but important in preventing erosion as well

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Runoff from the mountains in Cabeza Prieta NWR, (AZ) creates patterns on the desert floor. The plants that dot the landscape are not only a food source for the animals that live there, but important in preventing erosion as well

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Inactive volcanic lava dome at Cabeza Prieta NWR, Arizona.

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The Pinacate lava flow on the western edge of Cabeza PrietaNWR, Arizona.

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Volunteer Bill Broyles checks rain gauges at Cabeza Prieta NWR, Arizona. To cover the refuge’s 860,000 acres, he’ll work 50+ hours in three days. He’s been doing this since 1988, and says, “It’s a place worth being because it pushes you to live life with more intensity.”

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Volunteer Bill Broyles checks rain gauges at Cabeza Prieta NWR, Arizona. To cover the refuge’s 860,000 acres, he’ll work 50+ hours in three days. He’s been doing this since 1988, and says, “It’s a place worth being because it pushes you to live life with more intensity.”

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