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4 years 7 months ago

Deer population drops in Roaring Fork Valley

State wildlife officials say development and recreation have contributed to the declining number of deer in the Roaring Fork Valley. The Colorado Division of Wildlife is looking at lowering the population goal and changing the number of hunting licenses issued for the area that stretches from Aspen to Glenwood...

4 years 7 months ago

Job of the Day: Aquatic Biologist

The Colorado Division of Wildlife has an opening in Pueblo for an Aquatic Biologist. You should have experience sampling aquatic wildlife, water quality, and habitat. Apply by Aug. 9 Starting pay is $4,000 - $5800 per month.

4 years 8 months ago

Bikers to build Habitat house

Next wee, 32 cross-country cyclists will build a home in Colorado Springs with Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity. The cyclists are part of an organization called Bike and Build. Bike and Build organizes cross-country bicycle trips that benefit affordable housing groups. Specifically, they fund projects planned by young adults...

5 years 3 weeks ago

U.S. won't protect controversial bird

An Interior Department announcement Friday that it won't list sage grouse as an endangered or threatened species opens the way for continued development of the West's wind energy and oil and gas industries. Those industries will still face scrutiny in sage grouse habitat but much less so than if...

5 years 4 months ago

Endangered fish released in San Juan River

The San Juan River in northwestern New Mexico has gotten an infusion of more than 3,000 endangered roundtail chubs. The New Mexico Game and Fish Department announced Wednesday that the fish were released into the river in late October. Roundtail chub were once found throughout the Colorado River basin, including...

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