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by (c) Dave Showalter, LightHawk Aerial Support

The Wyoming Range reaches south from the distant Teton Mountains. Here, at the intersection of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and gas-rich Pinedale Anticline, roughnecks are protesting a drilling proposal in beloved hunting grounds.

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