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Poachers: Driving wild things to extinction

December 18, 1989

As habitat dwindles around the world, the Rocky Mountain West has become a stronghold for commercial poachers and illegal hunters seeking the last concentrations of trophy animals.

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Poachers: Driving wild things to extinction
As habitat dwindles around the world, the Rocky Mountain West has become a stronghold for commercial poachers and illegal hunters seeking the last concentrations of trophy animals.

News

Oil exploration foes hope to lock up the Bridger-Teton
Critics charge that planners created a giant hole in the protection of the forest: Almost all its non-wilderness lands will be open to potential oil and gas development.
Tribe undertakes a huge reclamation job
In 1986, Anaconda Minerals, a division of Atlantic Richfield Co., signed over to the Laguna Pueblo $43.6 million and the responsibility for reclaiming the Jackpile-Paguate uranium mines.