Drilling the range

Ostlind, Emilene
March 2011
High Country News;3/21/2011, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p3
The article focuses on the protection of mule deers wintering in the Mesa of the Anticline in Pinedale, Wyoming. It notes that oil operators have been digging in the area where the mule deers thrive. It says that wildlife biologist Rolin Sparrowe complained on the mitigation efforts of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in maintaining the number of mule deers wintering the Mesa.


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