Colorado Parks and Wildlife is attempting to push through a controversial "study" that would involve killing significantly more mountain lions over a five-year period to see if they can increase the mule deer population for human hunters to kill.
Over the years, this type of pseudo-science has been carried out in several western states. The excuse is that they [the state game agencies] are carrying out scientific experiments to best determine . . .
Colorado's first wildlife bridge is proving to be a huge success. Saving the lives of both wildlife and motorists, the wildlife overpass on Highway 9 in Grand County was designed to reduce collisions on one of the most dangerous stretches of road in the state.
The multi-million dollar project is the first of its kind in Colorado. Cameras placed on the bridge show deer and a fox have already utilized the safe . . .
Animal expert and biology professor Marc Bekoff discusses Colorado's misguided plan to kill mountain lions in the hope it will increase deer populations. Though it may seem like less predators would yield more prey, there is no science to back the state's plan. In fact, killing large numbers of mountain lions causes chaos and increases ecological problems. Please contact the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission and urge them to vote against this plan which would cause significant and widespread collateral damage.
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