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The suburban squeeze

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I find the perilous journey across Wyoming's energy fields to be far less harmful to the well-being of pronghorns than the rampant development along Colorado's Front Range and elimination of their habitat entirely (HCN, 12/12/11 & 1/9/12, "Perilous Passages"). Try finding a pronghorn anywhere south and west of Greeley, in a huge range that they used to call home.

Peter Gibbons
Longmont, Colorado

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