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Migration routes are an energy, environmental balancing act


January 19, 2020

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — It's 35 degrees outside. About nine mule deer shuffle through the bitter waters of Fremont Lake. A buck shakes, sending droplets of water flying. He pauses to look back at the herd trailing behind him and then trudges ahead, taking another step along a 150-mile journey to his winter range in the Red Desert.

A camera captures this intimate moment in late October — it's a moment that a human's presence would likely disturb. The video, set up by UW student Tanner Warder, is one more piece of information to add to a ballooning archive of data being collected by Wyoming w...

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