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The last great carving up of America

October 25, 1974

In Vail, Colorado, where rapid and erratic growth has created a $160 million haven of affluence and alpine luxury, the prospects for the deer aren't good.

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The last great carving up of America
In Vail, Colorado, where rapid and erratic growth has created a $160 million haven of affluence and alpine luxury, the prospects for the deer aren't good.
Wildlife -- another victim of energy demand
Future coal and oil shale development will turn the Rockies into a gigantic energy colony, consuming the habitat that deer, antelope, and other wildlife rely on.
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