Two weeks ago, a hearing was held in Washington D.C. on the Wyoming Range Legacy Act of 2007, an act that will help spare at least one space from pillage.
Report after report shows the displacement of big game animals as roads and well pads are built. Mule deer, elk and pronghorn avoid these areas. Fragmentation of habitat breaks up crucial winter range, causing animals to move to less desirable places, putting their survival into question.
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