Wyoming Range Lands Withdrawn from Energy Development October 5, 2012

Wyoming Deer Population and Management News Archive

... 58,000 acres ... Conservation of this portion of the Wyoming Range is critically important to mule deer herds already impacted by energy development on Wyoming's Pinedale Anticline, which has seen 60-percent losses in mule deer numbers over the past decade... leases encompass important stopover areas used by mule deer during their seasonal migrations. These areas play a critical role for mule deer – both in the spring, while the deer are building strength to reproduce and move to summer range, and in the fall, when they are gaining weight to prepare for winter....


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