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Energy and eagles to be studied

Oct 23, 2012 The Associated Press

JACKSON -- It's well understood that pronghorn, mule deer and sage grouse have an aversion to natural gas infrastructure.

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Six bald eagles living in energy development areas will be fitted with radio bands to monitor their locations for several years. File photo

Six bald eagles living in energy development areas will be fitted with radio bands to monitor their locations for several years. File photo


Six bald eagles living in energy development areas will be fitted with radio bands to monitor their locations for several years. File photo

Six bald eagles living in energy development areas will be fitted with radio bands to monitor their locations for several years. File photo

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