TAKING INVENTORY

Wildlife staff to track progress of management efforts, big game

Researchers blindfold captured ungulates, such as this desert bighorn sheep, to calm the animal during the hectic minutes of an aerial capture and the resultant tests and measurements. Thsi sheep was captured in Nevada prior to being moved to new home in Utah.



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Researchers blindfold captured ungulates, such as this desert bighorn sheep, to calm the animal during the hectic minutes of an aerial capture and the resultant tests and measurements. Thsi sheep was captured in Nevada prior to being moved to new home in Utah.

Beginning early this month and continuing through late March, Colorado Parks and Wildlife employees are flying across expanses of wildlife habitat in search of big game animals. It’s…




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