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Deer Migration

A mule deer doe in the Sublette herd jumps as she is released in the Red Desert while wearing a GPS tracking collar. Upcoming oil and gas lease sales on federal lands in southwest Wyoming intersect the largest known mule deer migration corridor. 

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