A coalition of about 50 Wyoming tourism businesses is sending a letter to U.S. President Bush today, asking the administration to reconsider its plans to drill for oil and gas near Yellowstone National Park and other scenic attractions in the state. The Bush administration has claimed it is all about listening to locals and that its energy plans would benefit them. But the businesses are saying otherwise. Adrian Doty, co-owner of a guest ranch in Jackson Hole, Wyo., said, “People want to come to see the wilderness in our backyard, not drilling rigs.”