OUT: Winter Counts December 17, 2008

Biologists rack up frequent-flyer miles in annual big-game count

A bull elk gazes up at a passing helicopter, part of an annual winter classification count by the Division of Wildlife. Bull elk are the hardest to find because they don’t hang around the larger herds of cows, calves and young spike bulls. Photo special to the Sentinel/Jamin Grigg. CDOW



121708 OUT elk three

A bull elk gazes up at a passing helicopter, part of an annual winter classification count by the Division of Wildlife. Bull elk are the hardest to find because they don’t hang around the larger herds of cows, calves and young spike bulls. Photo special to the Sentinel/Jamin Grigg. CDOW

As western Colorado readies itself for another winter storm, Division of Wildlife biologists are up in the air about elk and deer. It’s that time of year when biologists start logging…




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