Biologists evaluating wildlife from the sky

There is a lot of country stretching across the Roan Plateau and the Piceance Basin and wildlife biologists spend countless hours each year flying over this land conducting aerial surveys for deer and elk. Piceance Creek runs lower right to upper left in the photo.



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There is a lot of country stretching across the Roan Plateau and the Piceance Basin and wildlife biologists spend countless hours each year flying over this land conducting aerial surveys for deer and elk. Piceance Creek runs lower right to upper left in the photo.

Less than a month after the end of the regular big-game hunting season, biologists from Colorado Parks and Wildlife are up in the air. They aren’t being indecisive; instead, they are…




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