Mule Deer. Photo: Steve Torbit
By Judith Kohler | 4.18.14
LOVELAND, Colo. – If you care about what’s happening with mule deer in Colorado, there are a lot of people at Colorado Parks and Wildlife eager to hear from you.
Many of them were out in force Wednesday night in Loveland. Wildlife biologists, researchers, an area manager and the state big game manager were on hand for the first of seven meetings across the state. The goal is to figure out why mule deer numbers are declining and what to do about it.
Following a statewide meeting in August, CPW, with the help of a contractor, will compile people’s comments, concerns and ideas to include in the Colorado West Slope Mule Deer Strategy.