Predator control will help iconic birds like Gunnison sage grouse enjoy improved lives

This male Gunnison sage grouse is dancing on a breeding lek trying to attract female grouse. The Division of Wildlife is undertaking a predator-removal plan to protect a small flock of sage grouse south of Norwood.



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This male Gunnison sage grouse is dancing on a breeding lek trying to attract female grouse. The Division of Wildlife is undertaking a predator-removal plan to protect a small flock of sage grouse south of Norwood.

Iconic birds and a recently transplanted herd of charismatic megafauna will get new chances on survival thanks to steps taken Wednesday by the Colorado Wildlife Commission. The commission…




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