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Buy Your Colorado OTC Hunting Licenses

I’m not sure about you, but I’m getting excited about hunting season. While the draw deadline for Colorado’s limited hunting licenses was way back in April, the results came out and some of us didn’t draw everything we’d applied for. 1,069 more words

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HUGE Number of Bear Incidents in Colorado

We’ve been discussing bears so much that we feel we need to come to a new topic on the MAC Outdoors podcast, but you’d be amazed at the number of bear incidents in Colorado this year. 1,527 more words

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Colorado Parks and Wildlife are seeking Volunteer Interns

The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Volunteer Program is seeking applicants for our Statewide Volunteer Program Internship position that starts in September.

The position job description link and a link to the CPW jobs page are here: 54 more words

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Bear Suspected In Attack Shows No Sign Of Injury, Disease

WARD, Colo. (AP) — A black bear believed to be the one that attacked a Colorado camp staffer didn’t show any signs of disease or injury that might have explained his aggression. 122 more words

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7 More Bears Killed in Colorado Over The Last Week

Over the last seven days, seven more bears have been killed in Colorado.

On July 6, four bears were killed in three separate incidents near Cortez, Pagosa Springs, and Vallecito. 131 more words

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3 More Bears Euthanized In Colorado

DURANGO, Colo. (AP) — Three bears were euthanized in the last week in Colorado.

A bear that came within a few feet of two children playing outside near Vallecito Lake was tracked and euthanized Tuesday. 376 more words

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Bear Trapped, Euthanized After Teen Attacked

By Kelly Werthmann

BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– Colorado Parks & Wildlife officials confirmed they trapped a black bear in Boulder County believed to be responsible for attacking a teenager. 651 more words

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