Supply and demand with elk populations a key topic

The ratio between bull and cow elk in each herd are carefully monitored by wildlife biologists in figuring out license allocations. Biologists say most elk areas in Colorado are at or above desired bull-cow objectives.



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The ratio between bull and cow elk in each herd are carefully monitored by wildlife biologists in figuring out license allocations. Biologists say most elk areas in Colorado are at or above desired bull-cow objectives.

Knowing when to increase elk licenses and when to cut them is part of the juggling act by state wildlife biologists who must balance supply with demand. Colorado Parks and Wildlife…




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