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Blackfeet Oil Documentation Project News

On January 26th, The Great Falls Tribune interviewed Tony with the focus on the Rocky Mountain Front/Blackfeet Oil documentation project.  It is a “print only” report which means the story can be purchased for online viewers.  GF Tribune write, Karl Puckett wrote:

Tony Bynum of East Glacier has photographed grizzly bears, elk and Glacier National Park.
Oil drilling rigs are the focus of his latest work.

The professional outdoors photographer, whose shots have been featured in outdoors magazines including Outdoor Life and Field and Stream, has turned his attention to commercial oil and gas development on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation abutting Glacier Park.

This week, he launched “Oil Drilling — the Rocky Mountain Front and Blackfeet Indian Reservation” — at tonybynum.com. The site features oil development photographs and videos and an interactive map.

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