Mule deer on the move

Break from snow, cold good for finding food

Mule deer in western Colorado this winter have enjoyed a relatively light snow year and are able to roam across exposed hills and ridges to find forage. With four months or more of winter conditions ahead, biologists are cautiously optimistic.



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Mule deer in western Colorado this winter have enjoyed a relatively light snow year and are able to roam across exposed hills and ridges to find forage. With four months or more of winter conditions ahead, biologists are cautiously optimistic.

The wind came steady out of the southwest all night Sunday and carried the snow with it. By early Monday morning, the few motorists on Grand County Road 1, which goes from State Bridge to…




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