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Wyoming adopts new wildlife conservation guidelines

Wyoming has adopted a new state guideline. Wyoming, being an energy-rich state which repeatedly looks to equilibrize conservation with development of fossil fuels, look to save some of the longest wildlife-migration routes in North America from oil as well as natural gas practicing on public lands.

The new guidelines were adopted earlier on Thursday by state Game and Fish Commission call on state wildlife authorities to carry on to identify paths traveled two times a year by thousands of antelope, elk and mule deer. Tracking technology has allowed scientists in Wyoming as well as elsewhere to map these type paths with increasing precision — and even find out new ones. Continue reading →