Why The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Should Be Left Alone

Teton Gravity Research 

The sun is low in the sky and clouds undulate by, making for warm, soft, light mixed with dark shadows. A gyrfalcon surfs the thermals above them and the mountain they are standing on drops dramatically down to the river valleys that run north to the Beaufort Sea. DesLauriers, Nelson, and Figenshau revel in a silence that doesn’t exist anywhere else on a summit in the middle of the wildest place in America..

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Kit DesLauriers


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