Wildlife Commission raises mountain lion limit

Flocks of Merriam’s turkeys are creating late-winter problems for landowners in eastern Colorado. The state Parks and Wildlife commission has agreed to consider changes in the turkey hunting regulations to address the complaints.



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Flocks of Merriam’s turkeys are creating late-winter problems for landowners in eastern Colorado. The state Parks and Wildlife commission has agreed to consider changes in the turkey hunting regulations to address the complaints.

The state Parks and Wildlife Commission on Thursday raised the limit of mountain lion harvest for the 2012 season to 618, an increase of 26 lions. Mountain lion licenses are offered in…




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